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The all day event will include panel discussions, speed dating and book signings with the following YA novelists: Neal Shusterman, Andrew Smith, Jessica Brody, Mariko Tamaki, Alexis Bass, Martha Brockenbrough, I. Gregorio, Ann Jacobus, Stephanie Kuehn, Gretchen Mc Neil and more!
Books will be available to purchase on site (Thanks, Books Inc.!
Saturday, Jan 28, 2017 @ 1pm – Millbrae Library, Millbrae, CA: YA Nov Con (Young Adult Novelist Convention) with Gretchen Mc Neil, Alexis Bass, Martha Brockenbrough, Jessica Brody, I. Gregorio, Ann Jacobs, Stephanie Kuehn, Neal Shusterman, Andrew Smith, Mariko Tamaki, and More!
YANov Con is a Young Adult Novelist Convention organized by Burlingame, Daly City, Menlo Park, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Mateo City, San Mateo County and South San Francisco Libraries.
While the Internet today is recognized as a network that is fundamentally changing social, political, and economic structures, and in many ways obviating geographic boundaries, this potential is merely the realization of predictions that go back nearly forty years. Licklider of MIT discussed his "Galactic Network" and how social interactions could be enabled through networking.
In a series of memos dating back to August 1962, J. The Internet certainly provides such a national and global infrastructure and, in fact, interplanetary Internet communication has already been seriously discussed.
You don't need a badge for these in most cases, though some organizers will specify their events are for badge-holders only.
The first group used to be dwarfed by the second group - hence the wave of unbadged people who pour into the area during Comic-Con - but this year they're a little more equal.
Given that one of SDCC's greatest attributes is the network of parties, shows, festivals and other events that surround it, this has upset some attendees.
But while I do think that there's been a slight marketing withdrawal from SDCC, there's still plenty to do.
CCI shared a few outside events today, and they range from the simple (character balloons) to the more complex (tech demos and VR experiences.) First-timers, when you see references to "outside events," know that these fall into 2 buckets: 1) Events and activities that are officially endorsed by CCI and part of the SDCC umbrella. (Some will let you participate if you don't - but ask before you waste a lot of time in line.) 2) Events operated by outside entities.
Originally from Ohio, Becca’s background in sustainability and landscaping inspired her to become a part of the seed-saving and seed-sharing community with chapters across the US and Canada.
Becca Anderson credits her first grade teacher as a great inspiration and runs several popular classes and workshops including “How to Put Your Passion on Paper.” Anderson and is currently at work on a book about the healing power of gardening.by Peter Salus (Addison-Wesley, 1995) and Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet by Katie Hafner and Mark Lyon (Simon & Schuster, 1997).