Archive for the ‘BayCon’ Category

BayCon Meets MacDudes

Sunday, July 2nd, 2006

Now that I've spent a good chunk of the last couple of days playing with windows Movie Maker and have figured out how to include it on my website, I thought I should share the fruits of my labor. During the run of BayCon, I indoctrinated one of the Klingons, Pete, ...

BayCon 2006, Final Report

Tuesday, May 30th, 2006

This is my final recap for BayCon 2006, and has a plethora of photos. It is hard to believe that it has been six years since my last BayCon. When I moved to Minnesota at the beginning of 2001, it was with the expectations I would return for BayCon on ...

BayCon 2006, Day 4

Tuesday, May 30th, 2006

This is the last report I will file before I sit down to put together the photo galley of the event. We managed to get up a little early this time, which is a bit of a shock. This meant we were able to go out for breakfast and have ...

Baycon 2006, update 3

Monday, May 29th, 2006

Baycon 2006 day 3 is complete, and a long day it was. We got a bit of a late start, so I missed the 10 AM panel I was interested in. Oh well. Come to think of it, I missed most of the panels I was interested in. Sue and ...

BayCon 2006 Day 2

Sunday, May 28th, 2006

The second day of BayCon 2006 has ended and it is now time to prepare for day 3. Some of the action on Saturday. Trivia for Chocolate was a moderately attended game event where the trivia master awarded chocolate to the first person to get the correct answer. The questions ranged ...

BayCon 2006, Update 1

Saturday, May 27th, 2006

BayCon 2006 is running full steam. Here are a few of the highlights for day one. The Economics of Interstellar War was a science panel/discussion on how feasible galactic warfare is. On the panel were Jerry Pournelle and David Freidman with Philip Gust moderating. The first question was: Is Interstellar ...