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PAX East 2010 Photos, Day Three
Here are the last round of pictures from this weekend's inaugural
. More details to follow.
The Bring-Your-Own-Computer area was rife with competition.
Panels used many methods for question submissions.
Jerry gave a spectator a free desktop PC, who gave it back to Penny Arcade for Child's Play.
This gave the cameraman all the opportunity he needed for a groin shot.
Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, the founders of Penny Arcade and all its subsidiaries, arm wrestle. (Mike, the skinny one, won.)
Community managers discuss the power of social media.
Various interactive displays made waiting in line for the show floor a bit more tolerable.
The American Classic Arcade Museum of Funspot, New Hampshire, showed Crazy Otto, the original and unauthorized hack that became Ms. Pac-Man.
Inaugural PAX East keynote speaker Wil Wheaton was absent from Saturday's events but appeared for signings on Sunday.
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Hynes Convention Center
Penny Arcade Expo
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PAX East 2010 Photos, Day Two
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