Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
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Arisia panel schedule

Discussion last night inspired me to really go look at my panel schedule for the con. I'll be on:
  • The Annihilation of Distance (with Kes), Friday at 9pm. I expect this to be the best of the bunch, given the panelists.

  • LiveJournal and Your Social Life, Saturday at 2pm. I have hopes for this one -- I think it's a deep and complex subject, that people aren't thinking enough about yet -- but we'll see what happens.

  • Keeping the Faith: Changes in Your Comics, Saturday at 3pm. This year's deep comic-geekery panel.

  • Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November, Sunday at noon. With any luck, an interesting discussion of art, politics, and the relationship between the two.
So come on by -- in general, this year's panel lineup seems a good deal stronger than usual...
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