I’m back. You know, my very first con ever–as a guest and as an attendee–was Dragon*Con 2000. Ever since then, Dragon*Con has been one of my favorites. They treat their guests like gold, they’ve always be helpful when something goes wrong, and there’s just so much to do. While Comic-Con International out is San Diego is bigger and has more stuff, it’s far too easy to get lost in the ocean of people. I made more money at Dragon*Con than I did at Comic-Con this year; I even almost broke even. (Cons are always a financial loss for me, or at least a long-term investment to gain new readers.)
The con report is in progress. I’ve got all the pictures up except for the shots from the panel, which I need to get some frame grabs from the video for that. The video footage has been digitized, and it will probably take me a week or so before I can get the ConCam stuff online. Unfortunately, we have a major deployment at the day job this weekend, so it may take a bit longer to get things up than I had hoped.