[opensource] NOTACON: April 4-6 in cleveland
salehi at cse.ohio-state.edu
Wed Mar 26 15:54:08 EDT 2008
I am actually going to NOTACON if anyone wishes to join me. I do not
know when exactly I will leave nor when exactly I will be back though,
but if anyone is interested we could try and figure something out.
Peter Dietz wrote:
> *NOTACON*, an annual conference held in Cleveland, Ohio, explores and
> showcases technologies, philosophy and creativity often overlooked at
> other "hacker cons". Our desire is not to supplant other events, but
> complement them and strike a balance that has gone unnoticed in our
> community for far too long.
> With each new year we build upon the successes and knowledge of the
> previous years. Our goal is to enlighten, educate, and entertain
> attendees, presenters, and staff alike. We try to do this by finding new
> ways to apply technology to graphics, art, music, or social interaction.
> Notacon espouses an ethos of exploration, participation and positive
> contributions. Hence, while some of the material we may cover is
> controversial or potentially "black hat" in nature, we feel it is
> important to bring light to all topics so that everyone can learn from
> the experience and create something good, fun or interesting from it.
> I just wanted to know if anyone was interested in this. I am somewhat
> interested in going, but would be slightly more interested if a group
> went up. If your concern is logistics, let me know, as I have a car, and
> I'm from Cleveland, so I might know a place to stay at.
> Theres also a registration fee and such $75
> Peter Dietz
> Computer & Information Science -- The Ohio State University
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