Fri, 8pm: Super-Mega-Epic Crossovers -- which I suspect will mostly be a "threat or menace?" sort of panel.
Sat, 3pm: The Ephemeral City -- talking about things like Pennsic and Burning Man: cities that spring up for a short time each year, and then vanish into the ground again.
Sun, 10am: Making a Video Game 101 -- pretty self-explanatory
Sun, 11am: Comics is Controversy -- examining the various times and ways in which comics have caused hubbubs in the past (sometimes intentionally, sometimes very much not), and why it happens so much.
Sun, 2pm: TV to Comics -- how everything from Star Trek to Firefly have made the jump between media.
Sun, 3pm: The Future of Online Community -- my pick for probable best panel of the weekend. Way too much to talk about, but it should be fun and freewheeling, if a little tricky to keep even remotely on-topic.
Sun, 6pm: Secret Societies in Fiction -- I'll be talking about both the theory and practice of secret societies, looking at both Freemasonry and the way I incorporated a secret society into TR II.
Sun, 7pm: The Best Indie Comics You're Not Reading -- the annual roundup. Mostly folks doing show-and-tell of their favorite books from companies other than The Big Three Or So.