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Geekazine Virtual Conference Coverage

Because of recent events, many of the conferences I cover will not be running. Companies still need to promote their products, though. 

Virtual Conference coverage is a video series of interviews and product demos from the confines of our own homes. They will show off the products, just like if we were at the show. 

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Wow. Lots of snow. Is it me, or are weatherpeople off on their models lately?

Everything I saw said we were going to get 2-4 inches of snow, and we got around 8-9 in the last 24 hours?

At least the snow was light, but as I was clearing things off, I noticed the temperature rise, causing the snow to melt and get stickier.

That’s why I decided to take a layer off the roof with the rake when I had a chance - that snow came off easy, but I’m guessing will become ice blocks in the next 24 hours.

How’s your Sunday morning going? Here’s a #midjourney of a #cow #snowblowing in a #snowstorm #aiart

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Where are my video pros at? #midjourney #aiart ...

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1 Comment

  1. A.N.
    October 12, 2018 @ 6:22 am

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