In theme with the last comic, it’s time to move along. I’ll be moving the updates away from a weekly schedule. I’ve created seventy-seven comic strips over sixteen months. I’ve told most of the (bad) jokes I really wanted to tell. I’m not… read more.
Let’s sit down and talk about what you should be taking into account when you’re ready to make the big commitment: applying for a position on a convention committee. I prepared a post like this when I was con president. Time to modify… read more.
Recently I’ve noticed a trend of spite towards the tired and faithful public relations tool of conventions, the forums. Also known as bulletin boards, conventions around the world have used forums as a way for attendees to stay connected with each other and… read more.
Sean “Seluhir” Engel’s got a lot on his mind… and whattaya know, he’s got a blog to prove it. Sean recently attended the same Ai-Kon Winterfest that I haunted this last weekend. Where my recent blog post was focused primarily around committee decisions… read more.
Voice actor and DJ Greg Ayres is hoping for change. In addition to seeing the industry side of cons as a guest, he also gains the perspective of a staff member during Ohayocon in Columbus, Ohio. Part of his duties include putting together… read more.
Ever since Ai-Kon brought an additional event into its annual mix back in 2011, the only constant has been change. Even its name has been in flux. “Ai-Kon Presents the Winter Festival”, “Ai-Kon Winterfest Social” and now it’s known as “Ai-Kon Presents: Winterfest!”…. read more.
Looks like I made it to the beginning of a new year! That makes a year and two months of constant updates. Not one missed weekly update! I’m proud of that. As a resolution, I think I need to advertise more. I really… read more.
In my previous blog post, I mentioned that I was lucky enough to score a few interviews with C4 convention staff. I apologize for the length of time that it has taken to get this online. I had no idea that transcribing a… read more.
On the tail of the C4 Corporation’s three day extravaganza, the organization has previously announced that it will be holding a separately packaged mini-con in April of 2013. The C4 Pop Culture Expo is intended to replace the group’s previous springtime endeavor, the… read more.
On Tuesday, November 13th, the Winnipeg Convention Centre held a luncheon to unveil the design for its pending $180+ million makeover to partners and clients. The WCC had previously teased that they intended to expand the facility by erecting a second section to… read more.