[vcf-midatlantic] VCF East 2019 keynote suggestions?

Alexander Pierson ajpierson1 at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 8 14:13:53 EST 2019

While I'm flattered to be mentioned in this discussion, I'm nowhere near on the same level as Quinn.  She's a legend.
I would be comfortable doing something on Friday, and a homebrew panel of some sort sounds like a ton of fun. Now that I've had some practice with the crowd speaking at DEFCON and VCFMW last year, it sounds like something within my wheelhouse.
However, back to the subject at hand of keynotes on Saturday & Sunday.  I agree that we should not be to hasty in dismissing anyone at this juncture without a very good reason.  
-Alexander 'Z' Pierson
P.S. Thank you Bob, that's very kind of you.    On Monday, January 7, 2019, 8:25:35 PM EST, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:  
> Folks,
> She’s not very close, being in California, but my suggestion is Quinn
> Dunki.  She built her own 6502 computer from scratch, named Veronica, and
> documented the journey in her blog (
> http://quinndunki.com/blondihacks/?page_id=1761).  She is also a big fan of
> the Apple II, 68000, and vintage computers.  She attends the Apple
> Kansasfest regularly.  I keep hoping she’d come East for the VCF.  I think
> she would be interesting and have a fairly wide appeal.

Several of us Apple II fans know her. She's indeed awesome, and maybe we 
can get her to VCF West this summer.

Here on the east coast, we've got Alexander "Z" Pierson and his Cactus 
6502 computer. He won our top prize at VCF East last year.


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