PAX, closed.

More details and thoughts will doubtless follow in a more orderly fashion, but I wanted to say now: this weekend has been made of dense-packed AWESOME. Seeing our panel make an audience of hundreds with extra people outside? Well, I feel bad about the guys that didn’t get in, but whoa, that was awesome. Having Don Woods hang out with us and suggest cogent new ideas for IF in the present day? Awesome. IF suite absolutely packed, all weekend long? Awesome. Having intense discussions with many people I knew only as internet entities? Awesome.

So yeah: if you were here, thanks for coming. Even if I didn’t get a chance to say this to you individually, it was great to meet you all. I had a wonderful weekend.

7 thoughts on “PAX, closed.”

  1. Sounds like it was…awesome. Can’t wait to (hopefully) see the videos of the panel.

    I couldn’t make it to PAX… But I’m looking forward to seeing you at MIT tonight! :)

  2. It was great to meet you and the other IFers, too. I really should have spent more time in the IF room this weekend, because every dang time I tried to do something at PAX the line was already too long. Yeah, I missed the IF talk in the main PAX event :-(. It was great to get a chance to share a rant about mainstream CRPGs with you, though. :-)

  3. Thanks for your part in making PAX awesome and drawing IF fans to it!

    (I did manage to finally make it out to both Action Castle and the Adaptive Difficulty panel, so while I didn’t get to hang around after or see the other stuff, I feel like I got some IF in on the weekend, which I’m happy about. :) )

  4. Howdy Emily,

    I too quite enjoyed meeting you and y’alls last weekend. I am only now getting my own thoughts together about PAX, coming over here via Zarf’s recent Gameshelf post on it.

    Looking forward to reading your further exposition on the Outreach topic (which you have conveniently already written in the post after this one).

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