I’ve also announced where to direct post-panel questions to in these tweets:
That Twitter account is open to receive DMs from anyone currently and I’ll follow that up post-PAX as planned.
Everything else needed behind the scenes is well in hand and we have a number of extremely professional people assisting the event. I expect most of them will remain unseen and it will be another interesting event for the audience and, this time, the online viewers.
All I’ll say regarding the behind the scenes work is that last year I saw how seamlessly and well PAX is presented for all its attendees. This year I’ve seen what makes that possible. We’re in very good hands.
Finally, I spent most of Saturday running around and living up to my job title, but throughout that I heard a lot of people say they were looking forward to it intended to come see it, including lots of Enforcers arranging breaks for the panel. It was also plugged during the Button Mashing & Joy Sticks: A Guide to Sex in Modern Gaming on Friday night (that was Lucie Bee’s other panel). So I’m pretty sure we’ll see another impressively scary (for me) level of attendance.