HAD A LOT OF FUN at the show this past weekend. Well, this past Saturday, anyway; I wasn't able to make it on Sunday.David Galloway (djmips) and I had a table (graciously donated by NWCGE) and, between the two of us, we had two 2600s, a Vectrex (first time I'd ever seen one; that thing is really cool!), my AtariVox, my MemCard, a bunch of homebrews (all of ours plus Hunchy II, Thrust+, Jammed, and...that might be it), and a Cuttle Cart that we used to load up a bunch of my demos and David's Football game (which was a big hit).Al also, very kindly, sent us a bunch of stuff to sell/display at the last minute, while I was there we sold 2 copies of Go Fish! and a copy of Boing! 2600 2.0; David burned a bunch of copies of Football Saturday night and I believe he sold all of them that he made.Had a few early glitches Saturday morning - got there at 10:30, expecting David to be there already. But he wasn't there! He was going to bring powerstrips, extension cords, etc., so I (foolishly) didn't bring those things. Had a tense hour or two while I rustled up a powerstrip, tried to get a hold of David, and generally panicked since we were supposed to give a keynote address at ~2 and I wasn't prepared to really say anything!But David did show up at about noon, and everything went well. Our keynote address was fun; we spent about an hour talking about homebrewing, using the demos I brought as visual aids. I also was able to pick up a Pitfall II and Solaris and a keyboard controller, plus TJ's hack of IXION, ATRIX, which has been fun to play.Other highlights:Seeing Combat on a giant TV at Packrat VG's booth and thinking nothing of it until maybe an hour later, when somebody was playing it, I realized it was actually Combat Rock, Paul's hack.Playing Typing of the Dead at the booth next to us.Playing the Japanese, original version of SMB 2 (Goki Goki Panic or something?) on a Famicom.Explaining to Rebecca that, yes, those were indeed 2600 porn games for sale at one of the booths. :)EDIT: Here are the (sadly) few pics I took at the show on Saturday right before I left at the end of the day.Here's our table, missing my 4-switch (I just packed it up before remembering to get some pictures). Unseen to the left is the Vectrex. Our table was really crammed.Here are David and Rick.star_fox_2__beta_td_.zipHere are me and Rick.star_fox_2__beta_td_.zipWish I'd taken more but, ah well, you can't do everything.