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Seattle YouTube Day! | May 27th | Living Computer + Labs

Dream of making YouTube content?
Want to connect w/ local YouTube creators?
Eager to hear from your favorite Seattle creators in person?
Curious to learn more about YouTube?

Be part of the inaugural Seattle YouTube Day featuring speakers, panels, & screenings – a community of all things YouTube!

Where: Living Computer Museum 2245 First Ave S Seattle WA 98134
When: May 27, 2017 from 1-5PM
Cost: $12 (includes entrance into the museum)
Who: You ~ fans, creators, and those who are curious about the wide world of YouTube
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Event Hashtag: #SeattleYouTubeDay
Seattle YouTube Creators Hashtag: #SeattleYouTube

Let your friends know you’re coming using the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1177300229041128/

BLADE RUNNER Let’s Play from RazörFist Arcade

A live stream / Let’s play from RazörFist and his favorite point-and-click of all time! Plus he takes questions from viewers.

Blade Runner is a 1997 point-and-click adventure game developed by Westwood Studios and published by Virgin Interactive for Microsoft Windows. The game is not a direct adaptation of the 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner, but is instead a “sidequel”, telling an original story, which runs parallel to the film’s plot, occasionally intersecting with it.

Most Complete Retro Game Collection I’ve Seen – NES, Sega, Atari, Amiga, Apple, SNK, TG16 & More!

Jerry Barnacules was invited to tour the private collection of the notorious Immortal John Hancock who has 26 complete console collections & thousands of other obscure items including rare games, systems & collectibles. He manages to use every square inch of his garage to house this collection and keep some kind of order so everything has its place and can be easily found. His most prized collection is his SEGA collection which takes up one entire wall of the garage from floor to ceiling.

Visit the Immortal John Hancocks channel for many more videos on this collection

▼ Complete Collections in this room (all games and accessories) ▼
1. Nes
2. N64
3. Virtual Boy
4. Sega Master System
5. Genesis
6. Sega CD
7. 32X
8. Dreamcast
9. RCA Studio II
10. APF M1000
11. Memorex VIS
12. Nuon
13. Vectrex
14. Game.com
15. N Gage
16. Neo Geo Pocket
17. Odyssey 2
18. Atari 7800
19. Microvision
20. Action Max
21. Interactivevision
22. Game Gear
23. Jaguar CD
24. Turbo Grafx
25. TRS 80 licensed carts
26. Super Nintendo

Metal / Jazz / ProgRock Fusion : Nova Collective “Ripped Apart and Reassembled” (FULL BAND PLAY THROUGH)

Nova Collective performs “Dancing Machines” from their debut album “The Further Side.”

Nova Collective began in 2014 when bassist Dan Briggs (Between the Buried and Me, Trioscapes) and guitarist Richard Henshall (Haken) began exchanging emails about music; before long, a few demos were fleshed out into full arrangements. Drummer Matt Lynch (Trioscapes, Cynic) and keyboardist Pete Jones (ex-Haken) came on board shortly after to finish writing the album. The Further Side was written on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, with Briggs and Lynch in America and Henshall and Jones in England, sharing session files until the group could get together at the beginning of 2015 to record with engineer Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist). Mixed by Rich Mouser (Neal Morse, Transatlantic), it is immediately
clear that The Further Side is a labor of love for all involved, and that enthusiasm shines throughout.

MORE INFO HERE: MetalBlade.com