Today’s Twitterings

27 03 2010
  • 10:20 Already #PAX is lightyears better organized than Otakon. Badges by mail, swag bags immediately, indoor line, smooth disability support. #
  • 10:21 Harmonic has an amazing setup, a full mock bar/lounge and stage kit. Awesome! twitpic.com/1b1gcs #
  • 10:41 Obligatory Boston city skyline photo. The rat symbolizes obviousness. twitpic.com/1b1kou #
  • 11:24 1.5 hours to showtime at #PAX and the line room isn’t a madhouse. Good sign. twitpic.com/1b1uda #
  • 11:33 Nuts. I’m too far from the line crowd to engage in DS pictochat wackiness. Could be a slow hour unless I Burn iPhone batt instead. #
  • 12:28 I forsee much waiting in line today. Wait for #PAX to open. Wait for keynote. Wait for concert. Tomorrow should be more freeform, I hope. #
  • 17:10 Net has been crap but keynote was awesome, qa fun and now hanging in Harmonix lounge. twitpic.com/1b3wdv #
  • 18:11 Raided bandland. Went a bit nuts, got 3 LRR DVDs, a protomen album and some frontalot buttons. #
  • 18:12 About to see the Protomen in concert at #PAX. Maybe the other bands too, bladder/exhaustion depending. #
  • 18:17 Talked to Khoo about #PAX disability support. Terrific guy. Will definitely think up some tips and tricks they can use next year. #
  • 19:28 I’ve spent more time waiting fir major events than being AT major events. I’ll feeform more tomorrow, I think. More flex, more fun. #PAX #
  • 19:34 Concerts delayed (or just taking real long to setup). Been her 1.5h. Definitely focusing on freeform cruising saturdayinstead of events. #
  • 19:58 Got shuffled up to the balcony; no way to see over the crowd otherwise. Think I’ll just stay for the Protomen. (also: FREEZING COLD) #
  • 21:57 Wow, game freeplay works a LOT different at #PAX than Otakon. Take a number, “rent” a game. I’ll try tomorrow; sleep tome now. #
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27 03 2010
lirazel

The dome in your picture is the Mother Church of the Church of Christ, Scientist — in other words, the Christian Scientists. If you have the time and energy, the Map Room there is worth a look. It’s a huge, stained-glass map of the world that you walk inside to view. Also, it’s a whisper gallery — stand at one end and whisper, and the person at the opposite side can hear you, but no one else.

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