I'm going to be giving a panel there on surviving Internet fame. I think I've got a few things to say on that particular subject. Well, more than a few.
The ROFLcon announcement of that panel has a line in it that I'm not sure I believe, but I'll go along with it for the ride: "Three years pretty much makes Jay an elder statesman of modern memehood[...]" While I'll admit to being an alter kacker (that's Yiddish for "old fart"), elder statesman may be putting the case a bit strongly. The phenomenon of Internet fame certainly predates me; OTOH, four years (not three) is a long time in the world of the Internet. (Yes, it's really been four years since the costume first hit the net. Time flies, and all that.)
If you read the comments on the announcement entry, you'll also see one from Ben Stein. No, not that Ben Stein. This one's a producer for Current TV, who will have someone following me around both days of the conference and making a segment for them on me. The segment will be available online as well as on their cable and satellite channel. They do good work; I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out.