Power-up is a computer games symposium in Bristol July 14-15. July 14 is my daughter’s birthday, and we’ll be in the South of France hoping for Bastille Day fireworks to celebrate her seventh anniversary, so I’m definitely not going – but it sounds good. Smallish symposiums can be wonderful with more time than conferences for discussing the tos and fros of research. Aurora’s birthday on the Riviera sounds better 😉

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