signed up for the nyc expo again to see what's going on. as usual, i would only be going sunday because tuesday i'm trading, and monday (president's day) i'm off taking care of my kids. in the past, no problem. go down there, meet a few ppl, see the exhibit hall, come home. but it appears on the website that the exhibit hall is NOT open on sunday. i'm going to call them on monday to ask, but for now, just a heads-up for other people who might be attending that day. anyhow...it's almost definite i'll be at the expo in the late morning / early afternoon on sunday. is anyone else going to be around then? oh, also, another heads up. if you register for the conference, do so with a disposable email account. i'm not sure when they started this, but as part of their TOS (terms of service), they include something in there that "Agreeing to be scanned in a workshop/presentation or exhibit booth equates to an inquiry about that companyâs products and/or services and an approval by you to receive future contacts and/or information from the company involved for up to three months." in other words: you sign in, your email is on their list. and don't believe the part about 3 months; when i had previously gone to their site to see an interview (and required a login), i didn't notice that line. within hours, i started getting junk about futures (i don't trade futures) from their marketing partners, complained to them, they said "you agreed to it in the TOS!" which i hadn't seen...and still more than 3 months later, was receiving junk from one of their partners.