Developer's Conference in Vegas?
devin_asay at byu.edu
Thu Dec 21 09:55:53 CST 2006
On Dec 21, 2006, at 7:20 AM, Stephen Barncard wrote:
> Did anyone notice this little nugget in the Newsletter?
> At 10:16 AM +0000 12/21/06, Runtime Revolution Ltd wrote:
>> At CES in Las Vegas, on 9-11 January, Lynn Fredricks will be be
>> supporting the U3 project as well as scouting a location for our
>> upcoming developer conference.
> Ummm.... Chipp, Dan... what does this mean for the future of
> Revcon? Quite frankly the bustle of LV doesn't seem appropriate
> compared to the wonderful and small independent gathering in
> Montery, CA.
Stephen, Dan and Chipp announced earlier this fall that they would no
longer be hosting RevCon.
> No offence to the fine people of Lost Wages, but I don't think I'd
> want to go there. That gambling/showbiz scene is really depressing.
> And probably more expensive.
Actually Vegas, because of massive subsidies from the casinos, is
very affordable. BUT... Vegas in late summer!?!?!?! Can you say 120°
F? Okay, how about 49°C? April or May, October or November, okay.
Vegas in August is hot, crowded, hot, and hot. Did I mention it's
really hot then? :-)
Now Seattle or Vancouver--that's where you want to go in late summer.
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