I’m updating my initial post to put everything in one place, so you may already be visiting some of these sites.
Here’s a brief list of some places you can check out to keep up with all the fun:
The hashtag #gencon should provide plenty of information. But here is a short list of folks who’ll be tweeting from the convention.
@GenCon : The official convention feed.
Lots of folks will be posting photos, and wihle some of them will show up in Twitter feeds, other people use Flickr. Here’s a link straight to a GenCon search of Flickr, sorted so the most recent pics appear first.
Scotty’s Brewhouse: This bar/restaurant really gets into the spirit of GenCon. They give away (sell?) dice, and they’ve posted a bunch of pictures on their Facebook page. In fact, if someone wants to send me one of those dice, I’d be most grateful.
This Just In From GenCon: 2 podcasts a day, straight from GenCon. They’ve posted a few creator interviews in the days leading up to GenCon that are worth a listen as well!
UnderDiscussion: The Undergopher Podcast: Has already posted two episodes live from Inidianapolis.
Wizards of the Coast:
As a Dungeons and Dragons player, of course my focus is on D&D coverage. Wizards of the Coast did a livestream of their keynote address. You can find audio on The Tome Show link in the podcast section, and video here.
There’s also an additional link to planned WOTC video and photo coverage at the bottom of that page.
Brian of 2d6 Cents is at the convention, and sharing his experience.
Andrew Zimmerman Jones of Black Gate: Adventures in Fantasy Literature liveblogged the WotC GenCon keynote yesterday. Hopefully we’ll get a couple more blog posts before the convention ends.
Kevin’s Miniature and Hobby Table posted a great post focused including lots of photos from Day 1, I look forward to reading and seeing more from his blog.
ScrapYard Armory blogging from GenCon with a focus on BattleTech.
Chris Davis of RPGObjects plans on posting from his 21st consecutive GenCon.
Eric’s Gaming Pulse: Eric is blogging his first visit to GenCon.
Outside the lines: Is playtesting his game Saturday at GenCon!
Geek-Life Balance: Daily summaries of the GenCon experience.
Team Covenant is doing interviews, playing demos, and unboxing new products on their YouTube channel.
Weird Review has posted two interviews from GenCon.
Craven Games also has several videos from the convention posted.
Blue Table Painting: Miniature painters and customizers with a great YouTube channel are providing some GenCon coverage.
If you’ve got a blog, podcast, or other relevant site, leave a comment below and I’ll add a link.