On Sept. 5, 2010, podcasters from HowStuffWorks.com led a panel discussion called "HowStuffWorks.com Podcasts: From Medici Murders to Linux and Lightsabers" at Dragon*Con, a convention celebrating science fiction, fantasy and popular culture.
On Sept. 5, 2010, podcasters from HowStuffWorks.com participated in a panel discussion called "HowStuffWorks.com Podcasts: From Medici Murders to Linux and Lightsabers" at Dragon*Con, a convention celebrating science fiction, fantasy and popular culture.
The panel was part of Dragon*Con's podcasting track, in which podcasters share their expertise and record episodes in front of a live audience.
From left to right, Chris Pollette and Jonathan Strickland of TechStuff, Sarah Dowdey and Katie Lambert of Stuff You Missed in History Class, and Tracy V. Wilson, HowStuffWorks.com site director, wait for the panel to begin.
Jonathan Strickland answers an audience member's question as Sarah Dowdey looks on.
Acting as moderator, Tracy V. Wilson poses questions to the panelists and guides the discussion.
Sarah, Katie and Tracy listen as Jonathan answers a question.
After a presentation that covered topic selection, research and recording, the panel turned it over to the audience for questions.
Once the panel ended, panelists answered questions from the audience one-on-one.
Katie and Sarah pose for a photo with a fan of Stuff You Missed in History Class.
After the panel, the podcasters hit the convention floor. Here, Katie and Sarah pose with Thor.
Jonathan stops for a picture at a spot overlooking the crowd in Atlanta's Marriott Marquis, one of 2010's four official Dragon*Con hotels.
Tracy takes a break outside the exhibitors' halls in the Marriott Marquis.