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Chicago EXPO 1998

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Dates :
24 October 1998

Place :
United States

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Organizer Groups :
South West Regional Association of Programmers

Attendants : (8)
Burning Horizon, Eyeth, jcompton, Macbeth, Robert Bernardo, Shroom, Vanessa Dannenberg, Wyndex

User Comment
Submitted by Burning Horizon on 25 July 2003
(Note: This taken directly from the Driven Expo Report I wrote for the Driven Website.)

I thought the show was very inspirational. Working with everyone on the MCMLace renderer for Nate was very cool. I also liked all the exhibits.. It's comforting to know that we're(the scene) not the only ones still 8bitting.. (:

My favorite part was working with friends.. Its always better that way..

My least favorite part was the fact that I didn't win anything, even though they called ALL the raffle tickets. How does that happen?

I thought Steve giving bunny ears to Jim Butterfield was pretty damn funny.. I only wish I got it on film!

Jim Butterfield's car broke down on the way to the expo. Although this may not seem particularly interesting, he found it interesting enough to tell me about it.. Makes me feel special somehow.

I was personally impressed with the QuickCAM. Nate has put a lot of hard work into it, and I hope we see more of it soon! Nate is an exceptionally good programmer and a great guy too..

I am always impressed with Steve Judd. He helped Nate and me greatly.. I don't remember how many times Nate and I said, "Steve! We need your help!" Tunesmith is awesome! Jammon works very well! We used it to debug the SCPU renderers! Thanks Steve, next time we'll play Laser Squad!!

I'm glad I got to meet Shroom and Macbeth. They are very cool guys, it's good to just meet people and feel like you've been hanging out with them for years anyway.

It was great to see Firestalker again, all of FTA together again.. amazing! We passed along a Warpspeed cartridge to him, and he should be active again!

And, of course, Jason and Katie are my best friends. It is always a pleasure to spend time with them.. be it watching Red Dwarf or fixing code at an Expo! Thanks guys!
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