In the beginning, there was nothing
It's been a long time in coming, but I have finally put the finishing touches on the Click Nothing Tour 2009.
It's going to be a long and complex one, but it should be fun. One talk, seven cities, ten days.
The dates and locations, for those who might be intertested in attending, are as follows (though not all are open to the public):
Sunday, October 25th, 9:30 am
GameX Convention, Keynote
Monday, October 26th, 3:30 pm
ETC Carnegie Mellon
Wednesday, October 28th, 4:00 pm
MIT, GAMBIT Game Lab
Thursday, October 29th, 6:00 pm
NYU, New York
Monday, November 2nd
Monday, November 3rd
SCAD and IGDA Atlanta
For a walkthrough of the tour, you can drop this into Google Earth. If you're on Dopplr, friend me and you'll see the specific dates I expect to be around in which towns. If you're on Facebook and/or Twitter, friend or follow me and you'll be able to keep tabs on my frequent updates.
Since I already gave an early version of the talk at Ubi, here in Montreal, the Twitter stream for the tour and its collected talks is live if you want to listen in on #CNTour09.
Hopefully, if you had any interest at all in listening to my demented ramblings, I will be coming to somewhere vaguely near where you live - drop by and see the talk and harrass me with questions that I won't be able to answer and then we have a drink and talk less seriously.
If I'm still not coming anywhere near you or if you have to go to your cousin's wedding on the night I am passing through your city - don't worry. I am currently in the process of building out video for many of my previous talks - including this one - and I hope that over the coming months you'll have access to this material in video format that you can watch in your underwear while eating ice cream, or on your iPhone on the bus - or both.
Hope to see you somewhere between here and 32 degrees North latitude.
(No, I don't have t-shirts, but I promise if I survive this and do it again next year, I will have some made.)