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Quakecon 2009 & Google Latitude

It’s that time again – time to pack up all your computer crap, go wait in line for 8 hours, just to put it down at a hotel and go home…then come back and stay up for 98 hours straight running on nothing but BAWLS and pure adrenaline.

That’s right – it’s time for Quakecon 2009.

I’ve added a  Google Latitude App to the right sidebar of my blog to show where I am in the whole ordeal – but don’t be fooled, I will have remote access to both locations, from both locations – so no funny business.

Granted this idea works better for people that have to make a longer trek than my 35 mile drive – but it’s still cool none the less.

To get your own badge check out the Google Latitude badge page.

By [[Neo]]

I am a web programmer, system integrator, and photographer. I have been writing code since high school, when I had only a TI-83 calculator. I enjoy getting different systems to talk to each other, coming up with ways to mimic human processes using technology, and explaining how complicated things work.

Of my many blogs, this one is purely about the technology projects, ideas, and solutions that I have come across in my internet travels. It's also the place for technical updates related to my other sites that are part of The-Spot.Network.

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