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Old 18-10-2002, 06:52 PM   #1
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Anyone thinking of going to this show this year?

Get over to 3December for more info
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Old 18-10-2002, 11:18 PM   #2
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Forgot to say....

Registering doesn't cost anything and you aren't under any obligation to attend after you register but the only way you can attend is to register prior to the event (i believe)

all that happens is you get an email with a code on it that you have to take with you to the event

For everyone that doesn't know what 3December is, it's a show/conference soley dedicated to Maya and Studio Tools. Also there are events there which were at Siggraph, so if you couldn't get to the US last July for that, here is your chance to see what went on
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Old 19-10-2002, 01:57 PM   #3
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I wish there were happenings like that in Finland There's only one trade show on every other year but it's not that 3D oriented
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Old 19-10-2002, 03:51 PM   #4
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went to the london even last year - was pretty good, though for every 30 minutes of ILM/digital domain animator talking about how they do stuff there was probably 1 hour of advertising, which made the day seem pretty long. Dont know if any of you other brits are going to the london even but would be cool to meet up.
Also A|W lay out free beer/wine/sarnies for everyone too which is a bonus
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Free beer !!!!! why dident you just say that first, count me in

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Hmm...maybe I should get the plane tickets after all
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Free beer !!!!! why dident you just say that first, count me in

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lol.. thought that would get your ears pricked up
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I live in Canada so there is no way in hell I can ever afford a plane ticket to Los Angelas.

However, if there is one coming up in Canada (perferably around BC), then that would be cool, at lest that will be within "walking distance".
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Killer, where in BC are ya ?
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