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Conventions for modders

Conventions are more for gamers while the LAN events are better suited for modders and modding.  Stuff like E3 and even the expos at the larger LANs like Dreamhack and QuakeCon are mainly just about manufacturers slapping you in the face with their latest goods.  The mods you'll see in those are usually boutique builder stuff.

You're best bet is to pack up your PC and hit a LAN close by.  Check out the LAN Party section of CPU Magazine and see where they're headed.  They usually hit LANs with some modding action.  And I know that I'll be doing a demo at their booth at NETWar 33 in Omaha this October.  QuakeCon's BYOC is chock full of awesome mods, and if you can get a tic to PDX, be prepared to have your mind blown by the percentage of mods at the LAN.  But if you don't live close to those, CPU Mag and LANFest are good ways to find good LANs close by.

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