GDC '06


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GDC '06

I'm off to San Jose, California, to attend the Game Developers Conference, March 20-24. Although I will be away for a week, you can expect the other contributing authors to bring you fresh content and reviews, almost daily. In addition, I hope to provide reports from the conference of any news-worthy events that occur while I'm out there similar to last year's update after having seen presentations by Mark Healey (Rag Doll Kung Fu) and Will Wright (Spore).

If you are planning to attend the conference and haven't already set up a time to meet with me—although my schedule is already pretty full—I would welcome the opportunity to meet in person for a chat about games, the conference, future employment opportunities, business development, whatever. =)

To contact me now or during the conference, just send a message to my email address next to my picture in the sidebar so we can set up a time and a place to meet. Hope to see you there! Cheers!

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Have fun Jay.

Wish I could go with you guys again. Definitely was a good time last year in San Fran. Hope you have a good time at the GDC in San Jose like I did.

Take care.

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Cheers, Pete! Yes, good times we had last year in SF! Although it was kind of scary being my first time to GDC, hanging out with everyone from RIT at the hotel made it all seem a bit more familiar.

This year I have been invited to several parties already, which makes attending the conference even more exciting! We'll see how it all goes. =)

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remister Author Profile Page March 18, 2006 9:57 PM

Glad you can come out here to visit me... HAHAHHA. Have fun and be safe :)

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Hope you have a grand ol' time, Jay.

I hope you don't find a game as promising as Spore. My head might explode.

Ew.

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ottorobotcomic March 23, 2006 4:40 AM

SPORE!!!!!
tell me somethin' good, Jay.

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