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Monday, January 30

What Topics Should I Speak About?

Hello readers, all two of you. If you're going to be attending I-CON, I've been asked to speak again. But before I suggest any topics, I'd like to get your feedback as to what you think I should speak about. I'll be participating in two tracks: the electronic gaming track and the role-playing track.

I've participated in the following panels in the past: D20: The Rise and Fall of an Empire, Digital and D20, Freelancing for Beginners, Satanism and Sex in D&D, Mixing Magic and Machines, Chatroom/Text-Based RPGs.

Like any of these? Hate them? Want to see more?

Use the comment button and let me know your thoughts. Or else I'm liable to come up with something really boring!

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posted by Michael Tresca at 8:13 AM


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4 Comments:

  • "Satanism and Sex in D&D"? Do you have this on tape?

    Doug from Timeless

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Monday, January 30, 2006 9:37:00 PM  

  • Heh. Believe it or not it was my most popular seminar to date. See: http://members.toast.net/talien/michael/appearances/icon041005.html

    Now I have proof...you really DO read my blog! :)

    By Blogger talien, at Wednesday, February 01, 2006 10:08:00 PM  

  • well, since sex does peak interest, you could always go with that subject and pull some of the info and discussion ideas from the I-con panel into your speech. It is a speech right - not a panel?

    another reader

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sunday, February 05, 2006 12:24:00 AM  

  • It's a panel, actually. I do pull in information and sicussion ideas from the panels and play off of them. The challenge is getting people to show up in the first place.

    By Blogger talien, at Sunday, February 05, 2006 7:12:00 PM  

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