Well, we’re 3 days out, and we’ve been teasing you like crazy about our “grand plans” for this year’s Desert Bus. I figured it might be time to give you all a taste of what you’re in for this year, and why you’ll want to stay glued to our feed for the duration of the event. Naturally, I can’t say too much – mostly because not everything is written in stone yet, but we can’t leave you in the dark forever. We have been networking all year, and have been working with the following people to ensure that this year’s Desert Bus is an event you won’t want to miss. Keep watching, and you may see involvement from:
Wil Wheaton, the cast of ‘The Guild’, Sean from Harmonix, the Joystiq Podcast’s Justin McElroy, John Davison of What They Play and 1Up Yours, Microsoft’s Major Nelson, Jeremy Baker of http://www.thezone.fm, and Sam Logan of Sam and Fuzzy.
Naturally, we’ve also been in contact with Penn&Teller this year – they were unbelievably supportive in 2007, and they’ve done everything in their power to support our plans for this year. So I wanted to thank them both for everything they’ve done to help us along.
If you live in victoria (or even if you don’t) tune into Jeremy Baker’s afternoon show on The Zone on Friday the 28th between 3pm and 4pm. Members of the LoadingReadyRun cast will be on the air promoting Desert Bus and talking to Jeremy Baker about our event. If you want to listen, you can tune in to 91.3 FM (in Victoria) or you can stream live over the internet from thezone.fm.
Have a great week, everyone, and I’ll feed you a few more details as the start time draws nearer!
Wheeee getting close now, anticipation rising!
This will be EPIC!
Can’t wait boys, this is going to be good
Congrats! Crazy time for me school-wise. Everything is due Now, but a lot will be done with by Friday evening so expect some cookies!
I started listening to the zone online last year because of Bill listening to it during his late night bus driving, and am looking forward to hearing you guys Friday. We don’t have any good radio stations here in St. John’s.
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