And the tear down beginning on Flickr.
Nerdcore Saturday night at Ottawa Comic Con. on Flickr.
I never post on Tumblr, so I’m hoping my few followers can help me get this word out by reblogging…
I work for a hotel that hosts a major US con every year. I love anime and I go to cons myself, but I am going to be blunt about some of the problems we have and how we deal with them. I don’t…
finished preparing for Ottawa Comic Con. It’s split in 3: my normal stuff, an extended version and gig specific.
So far this is what I’ve got in it:
- Smartphone (Nexus 4)
- Tablet (Nexus 7, rooted)
- 2600 mAh battery
- Short micro usb (for charging)
- Pen, pencil and notebook
- headphones (PX-100)
- Advil (I do work in a call center)
- Swiss Gear shoulder bag
- 3200 mAh battery
- Longer micro usb cable (with iPhone adapter)
- OTG usb cable for Nexus 7
- Gerber multitool
- 16 GB flash drive
* Specific stuff
- Darcy flashlight
- precision screwdriver (7-in-1)
- Outlet tester
- small razor blade knife
- adjustable wrench
- 1800 mAh photovoltaic cell
- USB laptop light
- 1/8 to RCA audio cable (and TRS adapter)
- Greenlee work gloves
- 9v and AA battery
- small bag to hold most things and fit in by shoulder bag.
- the rest of a gaffer tape roll
I had a laptop but it was lost in a previous event. that’s why I have the OTG cable and a rooted Nexus 7.
Hey people, i need a couple of podcast recommendation. 3 hours transit everyday eats through my current list way too fast.
If animals could talk.
Because right now, I’m pirating it due to a lack of option*.
You have a store but the soundtrack is not available.
I WILL GIVE YOU MONEY, I just can’t at the moment.
* iTunes is NOT an option
And I though our 24-32 pages book we get at Otakuthon, Anime North or G-Anime was enough…. THEY HAVE A DVD VERSION!
The Comiket Catalog contains information about the buyers and sellers at Comiket, and other general event information. It is available in print and DVD-ROM format, and as of Comiket 83 is available freely online. The print version is roughly the size of an average phone book.