As many of you know, there was a considerable amount of IF content in the PAX East 2010 convention, including a whole hotel room full of IF people the whole weekend. Here are some thoughts which I admit are quite similar to what other people have said (almost as if they had been to the same convention!)
While it was a pleasure in itself to meet people with who you could actually talk about IF and have a meaningful conversation, I want to make it known that the IF crowd is the nicest and most amicable people I have ever met. Usually in any group there's at least one douche in a dozen, but I guess they all stayed home this time.
There were two main topics that seemed to pop up at every turn: collaborative IF development and widening the IF audience. The latter revolved pretty much around rebirth of commercial IF, or hopes thereof.
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