Ron Tisdale wrote:
Perhaps if you went, took the time to read about the instructors, planned out which instructors/styles you would focus on, which you would use to fill gaps in the schedule, which were 'obligatory' appearances for affiliations sake, you would find that you COULD learn quite a bit, as well as just having a *ing good time...
What I've done for the past two Expos is to "major" in one single instructor for the entire time. In other words, I went to as many classes that I could with one instructor for the entire weekend and then filled in the rest with others when that instructor was not teaching. I'll probably do the same this year, too...