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EG 6 Conference in Monterey, 2012
California

The e.g. Conference is a three day conference that brings together some of the greatest minds in the world. Curated by Michael Hawley, 2012 brought e.g. 6, held in the Monterey Conference Center. Michael, with colleagues Chris Newell, Jane Rosch, and a team of volunteers, brought together an amazing mix of presenters including Adam Savage, Neil Stephenson, Ren Ng, and many, many other fascinating people -- you can find the full list of presenters here.

I was lucky enough to show two of my very large photos, printed to a size I have never seen before. I also took the stage for about 5 minutes for a brief presentation of my own.

I've never experienced a gathering quite like this before, and I look forward to going back next year.

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