The Droids Go Marching Two-by-Two, Hurrah! Hurrah!
Earlier this year, there was an event of epic proportions—one that captured the hearts and minds of a nation. That event gave birth to March of the Droids, and the nation will be captivated once more!
OK, so maybe it’s not nearly as dramatic, but this year’s Glasdroid event in Glasgow, Scotland was a resounding success. The creators of the event decided that they couldn’t stop there, so they have taken the event to a new level for 2013 and called it “March of the Droids.” Taking place in Manchester, England on the 9th of March, the event is aimed squarely at Android users. And with the Three UK media team, Tom Mleko from Hyperbees, Tha Phlash, and HTC all scheduled to be involved, look for it to be quite the get together.
If you are interested in getting involved, or just plain want to go to an event with some pretty awesome people, you can visit their website or their XDA thread for more information.
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