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Ideas and Suggestions / Re: FanimeCon 2010 Feedback Thread
« on: June 15, 2010, 08:17:18 PM »
It may or may not be too late to know the specific policies to include them in the guide, but this type of thing is very generally true for most convention concerts I've attended. For An Cafe 2 years ago, anyone with a camera wasn't allowed into the auditorium. I've been to some where you had to check your cameras at the door.

I'm pretty sure they were clear about the camera/photo policy for the concert while I was in the line and before the concert started. I can't vouch for whether that was clear to anyone else though. What annoyed me was that the photo policy was hardly enforced despite the threats that people would be kicked out if caught taking pictures or video.

I normally wouldn't care, except that people who were taking photos were crowding where I was standing because my seat was near the aisle in the front and we were literally right next to a rover who didn't do anything.

Ideas and Suggestions / Re: FanimeCon 2010 Feedback Thread
« on: June 01, 2010, 10:21:11 PM »
The fanime magazine thing: My biggest complaint is that I would really, really love to have all the summaries for every anime/movies at the con. I don't really know any of the shows that fanime plays so it's kind of hard to decide what I want to watch. I gotta go up to all the salons and read the summaries if the show sounds interesting to me. It would be helpful if people had some kind of wifi device, I guess, but a lot of people don't have those. I'd rather not pay the extra free for the cellphone internet, sorry!

The full list of all of the anime shown at the con includes something like 150+ series. That, coupled with the Asian Movies, would have been 4-5 times the size of the space currently alloted for anime descriptions. Relative to the current size of the whole program guide, to include 50 word descriptions of all the series would take up nearly half of the guide. I agree with your point, but practically speaking it would get kind of crazy and isn't super feasible.

Maybe we could switch to haiku descriptions or 3-word summaries ^_^ That would amuse me and be awesome for space but I assume less helpful.

I totally agree that it would be useful to maybe have some photocopy packets of series and descriptions for people who specifically seek it out. Or to save you time, maybe just assemble a description packet for each info desk or have it all in one place so you're not walking room to room every time.

Hotel and Facilities / Re: Hilton has a fanime waiver
« on: June 01, 2010, 10:05:57 PM »
I specifically asked the guy at check in whether the waiver was new this year because I didn't remember signing one for the past two years. He told me that they've always had it. lol that liar. Although I can't really be mad at that. Covering your bases is always okay with me.

I had to leave to catch a flight at 4am and the elevator I took had 2-3 people just sitting on the floor chillin', riding it up and down the floors. I would have been more WTF if I had been more awake at the time, but seriously, a 2-days too late WTF guys?

Live Programming and Events / Re: speed dating
« on: May 23, 2010, 09:53:32 PM »
Sounds like it would be fun/interesting/a good story, but here's the thing: same time as the concert Friday night? I don't know about that.

Forum Games / Re: Rate the last movie the above poster watched:Part 2
« on: June 12, 2008, 02:31:25 PM »

Futurama: Bender's Big Score

What you say is logical.
Well setting aside the weird musical classification system in my head, those are my suggestions.

Not a jrock fan, so I demand ORANGE RANGE.

Shimokawa Mikuni
Kawabe Chieco

Big Event Showcase / Re: Ballroom Dance Instruction Feedback
« on: June 06, 2008, 09:44:30 AM »
I spaced out and missed waltz, but I had a lot of fun at the other two lessons. The instructors did an awesome job considering the number of people to keep on track.

I guess this is a hard one to teach because it's a lot of improv. It would have been nice to learn a few more steps. It was also slightly chaotic, but nature of the dance?

I liked the definite leader and follower parts, so the way it was taught was very logical and efficient. I probably enjoyed this one more because we got in like 4 or so moves so it made the dancing more varied. I'd just have to say that the music was sort of cheesy, but I don't know enough to make any better suggestions.

I'll definitely stop by next year! Thanks for the fun.

General Convention Discussion / Re: Fanime 2008 Feedback thread.
« on: June 04, 2008, 10:50:22 PM »
You just made my day.
Nay, my life.

Please stay awesome,

Haha my friend brought this up when we were driving back. That's just freaky then.

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