Intervention is an annual convention in Maryland celebrating Science Fiction, Fantasy, Pop Culture, and the Art that surrounds them.
We’re happy to put online one of our panels from Intervention 2013: “Revenue Streams, How to Make Ten Tenths of a Living”. This panel was comprised of our guests Mark Frauenfelder, Paul Sabourin, Nicole Dieker, and Steven Archer.
Note: We try to make as much of our content available online after each event as possible, but with limited resources we don’t always have the ability to adequately capture our panels and workshops. If you want to contribute to our efforts please consider donating to the event, or adding an Enabler level to your registration.
Last year our Children’s Program exploded with awesome. I was so happy to see so many new faces in the room – all families having fun together thanks to the hard work of our Children’s Program staff Corinne Simmers and Eric Hardenbrook.
One of the many things that came out of the weekend was a Sharknado-inspired Stop-Motion animation – made by the kids! Check it out:
For more photos and info about this part of the event, click here.
GUYS. Click here. I was interviewed at The Washington Post about Intervention and why we do what we do.
Read more press about the con here.
We broke last year’s record and raised $1274 for the Electronic Frontier Foundation this year! That is $111 more than ever before!
“EFF is a donor-funded nonprofit and depends on your support to continue successfully defending your digital rights. Litigation is particularly expensive; because two-thirds of our budget comes from individual donors, every contribution is critical to helping EFF fight—and win—more cases.”
Antipode lit up the stage again with their brand of quirky, creative geeky bellydance!
This year? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Thanks to Mike O’Brien for this clip: