Shawn Powers at Penguicon
This weekend, April 18-20, I'll be in Troy, Michigan for the 6th annual Penguicon convention. The Penguicon is an interesting convention, because it's both a Science Fiction convention, and a Linux convention. It's also interesting, because I've never been to a convention of any sort, so I have no idea what to expect.
Here's the deal:
I'll have a video camera, and I'll be recording tons of stuff. If you're interesting enough, cool enough, or like, bring me coffee or something -- you have a distinct likelihood of being featured in some way on the Linux Journal site.
Also, try to find me, because I'm giving out some cool Linux Journal SWAG too.
Hopefully I'll see you there!
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