The History of the Atari ST https://peertube.social/videos/watch/c8138df2-5030-4dfb-80a1-06d34c7eafbe
How Not to Be a Game Designer https://peertube.social/videos/watch/8f26dd77-5b49-40d9-9906-99f7181bdf32
Solo Roleplaying: Party of One https://peertube.social/videos/watch/f52f102b-7da2-4989-8d62-b9667bcb135d
Whew. What a ride. I finally got to log in after a busy day at #penguicon.
I've posted links and slides for the presentations that I've done thus far at Penguicon. They're available here:
Hope you can make it tomorrow, or if not hope to see you at #penguicon2022
What's that Craig?
Penguicon is this weekend?
Why, yes, it is, and have we got a line up of awesome folks for you to come visit:
It's not to late to register, but you'll want to make sure you register soon. Procrastinate on this and you'll miss out on all the great panels we have lined up:
Learn more at:
Pleased (*) to announce that @davidrevoy will be one of our guests of honor at Penguicon this year:
(*) Pleased is an understatement, but I have to keep some semblance of order around here.
Today is your absolute last-chance to submit programming for Penguicon 2021. There's always next year, but at the rate the world is going you might want to get in on this before it's too late.
Submit your programming here:
(And if anyone is wondering if this invitation is directed at them: if you are reading this consider the invitation extended.)
Reminder if anyone is interested in presenting at Penguicon 2021 that submissions are due on April 9th. Give your procrastinating proclivities a pause and please our programming parliament by posting your panels promptly: https://2021.penguicon.org/present-or-suggest-an-event/
A way to access the Fediverse, for attendees of Penguicon, an annual convention of science fiction, open source software, and all geeky interests, in Southfield, Michigan, USA.
Convention info: https://penguicon.org