End Of The Year Live Q&A

from the looking-forward,-looking-back dept

We had a lot of fun last week with the live Q&A that we did, and a bunch of folks have asked us to do it again -- so we'll try for doing another one, the same time as last week: 1:30 pm PT on Tuesday (tomorrow), December 30th (if you need to figure out what that is in your time zone, check here). Some folks asked for a theme to make the discussion more coherent, so let's try to talk about what we think the biggest stories of 2008 were, and what will be the biggest stories in 2009.


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    newtechdirter, Dec 29th, 2008 @ 10:25pm

    End of Year Discussion

    Let's do the obvious and talk about what you think will happen in 2009.

     

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    Mark Regan, Dec 30th, 2008 @ 2:39am

    Goody, Goody

    Since you've been paying me by the word for composing and posting all these comments under different names so that your blog looks popular, does that mean you'll be paying me by the word to talk in my many different voices to ask you questions this afternoon?

     

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    Twinrova, Dec 30th, 2008 @ 4:10am

    Bad memories

    I agree with newtechdirter as 2008 holds too many bad memories to discuss. Let the history books do those.

    I'll try to remember to get online this afternoon, but the latest Tales of Symphonia saga may take precedence. I can't stop playing that game in my free time.

     

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    Anonymous Coward, Dec 30th, 2008 @ 4:18am

    Hey Mark,
    Your other blog, http://www.CatsThatLookLikeHitler.com/ called, and they miss you.

     

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