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Episode 55 – CONvergence Wrap-Up

1074728_10201522778977559_322258114_oWe had a great time at CONvergence 2013 and we wanted to take some time to tell some stories from the weekend.  If you check the show notes, you will find links to a lot of different panels you may have missed because you were doing other stuff at the convention or you didn’t actually go to the convention.  It was a great year for all of us.  We look forward to next year’s con and to another year of Geeks Without God!  We also look forward to your favorite CONvergence stories!  Please share in the comments! We also read off Robin Raianiemi’s answer to our five questions.  Her movie selection sounds positively awesome!

Show notes below the fold:

Here’s a link to the Judging a Book by It’s Cover panel.

Speaking of that panel, we’ll be playing that structure at the Vilification Tennis show on July 26th and 27th so if you are listening to this podcast before the show and you live in the Twin Cities, please come out and watch!

We mentioned The Ridiculous Puppet Company.

Here’s a link to A Tusken Raider playing violin to “Satan Planted Dinosaur Bones.”

A link to John Picacio’s blog, where he talks about CONvergence.

Want to know more about Robin’s movie “Latitude Zero?”  Here you go!

 

10 Responses to Episode 55 – CONvergence Wrap-Up

  1. Albatross says:

    “Oooh, we’re so FAMOUS, we can’t walk the hallways of CONvergence without being mobbed by fans!”

    *gag*

    • You wouldn’t want to get mobbed by fans, Bob. The crush of humanity might break your aged and brittle bones.

    • Albatross says:

      I want to be on the ‘Judging a Book’ panel next year!

      • You’ve got to schmooze Melissa and Jerry for that one. It was their idea/panel. I’m sure they will have no shortage of willing participants next year!

        • Albatross says:

          I’ll never make it. I have no social skills.

          • Albatross says:

            “It was made out of a red wicking fabric that is used in athleticwear”

            e.g. you were wearing a jock-strap on your head.

    • Albatross says:

      “People come up to me like I knew them and they’re saying ‘Hey, hi Tim!’ and I was, like, ‘Who the heck was that?’”

      I *KNEW* it! You tried to fake your way through it but I could tell!

    • See, I knew I shouldn’t have even said anything.