I am in Minneapolis, in Matt’s apartment. We are listening to Bon Iver. And talking about you.
Photographic evidence of Snarkfestival 2008 to follow.
Ah ha. I thought I felt a shift in The Force.
“I agree that in-person is totally, TOTALLY ideal.
And the more casual, the better. But so much of the expense and overhead of [Snarkfest] is travel. If you don’t require
that people come to you — if you can reach out to anyone, anywhere — suddenly sooo much more is possible. So how do you make that optimal?”
Talking about me? Really? I require proof.
Now, *that* is a terrific picture. Who knew snark could be so cool?
So that’s where all the Snarkmoney is going.
This weekend is already legend.
Curse you magnificent bastards.
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