pass the mylanta

so i'm pretty sure i've worn an ulcer in my stomach from all the last minute speed bumps that have arisen while wrapping up layerone planning. just a gentle reminder for all you kids out there in blogland, layerone is the tech conference that i've been putting every last spare penny and minute into for the past ten months. it's happening in less than two weeks [june 12 & 13] and it's mostly the anxeity of doing this conference is what's making my stomach knot up.

despite the blood, sweat and tears i've put into it, i'm still not sure if it's going to be my magnum opus or not. that's not to say that i'm not sure if it's going to live up to the hype or not. we've got buttloads of brilliant talks and other stuff lined up and a good number of people who have registered in advance.

we've got less than two weeks before everyone involved in the planning finds out how we're going to go down in the history books. i hope at very least there's a footnote that says we're were a pretty awesome event.

if you want to help, do me a favor and link the site off your blog or webpage. in these last couple weeks we need as many people as possible to help us spread the word and get as many people as possible to show up. i can't promise you anything more than a "thanks" in return, but i'd be forever grateful.

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