This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend PAX East 2010, the first east coast installment of Penny Arcade Expo. It was, in a word, insane. It was the most catastrophically organized convention I’ve ever been to because the 62,000 attendees were just way too many for the Hynes Convention Center. Friday After the long NYC->Boston bus ride, the [...]
Monthly Archives: March 2010
I’ve got two PAX East-related posts over at Tor.com: Three Dimensions: The Future of Gaming? Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
Today is Ada Lovelace Day, an international day of blogging about women in science and technology. Ada Lovelace was the daughter of Anna Isabelle Milbanke and Lord Byron, though he was not at all involved in her life. She was frequently ill but always committed to her education and learning, particularly mathematics, and people nicknamed her “The Enchantress of Numbers.” [...]
An utterly tedious, baffling, and stupid episode. I wish I had more to say about it, but it just left me cold. What a waste of Julie Newmar! Read our review over at Tor.com.