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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (September 24 – September 30)

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Welcome to the weekly digest here at Doxacon Seattle! Below is this week’s collection of geeky daily tidbits and news from Doxacon Seattle. In case you missed it, we want to be sure you see last week’s call for presenters for Doxacon Seattle 2024. Our theme for 2024 is “At the End of All Things: …

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Doxacon Seattle 2024 – Call for Presenters!

We are now accepting proposals for presentations at Doxacon Seattle 2024! A presentation could be any of several things: a talk given by one speaker, a panel discussion, a workshop or hands-on activity, a one-shot gaming session, and more! Our theme for 2024 is “At the End of All Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (September 17 – September 23)

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Welcome to the weekly digest here at Doxacon Seattle! Below is this week’s collection of geeky daily tidbits and news from Doxacon Seattle. A couple of bits of news before this week’s geekery. First off all, we’re starting to upload videos of the various presentations at Doxacon Seattle 2023. You can check out the first …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (September 10 – September 16)

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Welcome to the weekly digest here at Doxacon Seattle! Below is this week’s collection of geeky daily tidbits and news from Doxacon Seattle. Though it may seem far away, we’re busy making plans for the Doxacon Seattle 2024 (Saturday, February 10, 2024 at the Brightwater Center). We want to highlight last week’s call for vendors for Doxacon …

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Doxacon Seattle 2024 – Call for vendors!

Do you make artwork, write books, or create a craft that would appeal to our little family of nerds? Doxacon Seattle is searching for vendors to sell their wares at our 2024 event on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at the Brightwater Center in Woodinville, WA! As an event and organization, we focus on the intersection …

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Artwork! Date confirmations! And more!

A little while ago, we announced our theme for Doxacon Seattle 2024: “At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope”. At the same time, we commissioned the official artwork for the convention, this year coming from Erika Rae Heins! We’re delighted to reveal the art that will adorn our poster, …

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July Doxaday coming up (tomorrow)!

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Tomorrow (Saturday, July 8), you’re invited to join us for our second Doxaday of 2023. We’ll be gathering at the school cafeteria of Saint Mark Catholic Church from noon until 5pm (click here for directions from Google Maps). We’ve got several things planned – a tie-dye event (with Doxacon Seattle t-shirts!), board games, and a …

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Our theme for Doxacon Seattle 2024 is . . . !

Every year we choose a theme to help focus our planning, and we’re glad to announce the theme for our 2024 event! At the End of all Things:Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope Every ending is a new beginning, and each new beginning marks the end of what came before. We’re inspired, of course, …

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Incoming summer fun: our July Doxaday!

A tie dye design graphic (image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

On Saturday, July 8, you’re invited to join us for our second Doxaday of 2023. We’ll be gathering at the school cafeteria of Saint Mark Catholic Church from noon until 5pm. We’ve got several things planned – a tie-dye event (with Doxacon Seattle t-shirts, no less!), board games, and a BBQ. In order to cover …

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2023 Doxadays

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We have set the 2023 Doxadays! For those who recall, Doxadays are a sort of mini-Doxacon – an opportunity to gather several times throughout the year. Though they’re more simply themed, they’re a great way for us to gather together, geek out, and share those things that inspire us. The first of our Doxadays will …

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