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'''Patrick Delahanty''' (born March 6, 1973 in Lewiston, Maine) is best known as the creator of the infamous web site known as [http://chibiproject.com/ The Chibi Project] where he is responsible for conducting hideous, violent acts upon unsuspecting little toys.  
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'''Patrick Delahanty''' (born March 6, 1973 in Lewiston, Maine) is perhaps best known as the creator of [http://animecons.com/ AnimeCons.com], the largest source for anime convention information on the Internet. He is also a producer and host for the [http://animecons.tv/ AnimeCons TV podcast]. In addition to this, Patrick is the founder and host of [http://chibiproject.com/ The Chibi Project] where he is responsible for conducting horrible experiments on anime toys for no good reason.  
  
Patrick is also the webmaster of [http://www.animecons.com/ AnimeCons.com], a growing web site specializing in anime convention information. He is also a highly visible and award-winning cosplayer and anime music video creator. In addition, Patrick had a minor voice acting role as the voice of the fighter pilots in the hit 1996 Macintosh game ''Escape Velocity'' and its sequel, ''Escape Velocity: Override''.
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Patrick is big fan of conventions. He has attended over 100 of them and is one of the founders of both [http://animeboston.com/ Anime Boston] and Providence Anime Conference. He was elected as chairman of Anime Boston 2005 and 2006. He has hosted his popular improv event, [http://animeunscripted.com/ Anime Unscripted], more than 40 times at over a dozen different conventions in two countries and four time zones.
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In addition to his convention activities, Patrick is also the voice of the fighter pilots in the award-winning game [http://www.ambrosiasw.com/games/ev/ Escape Velocity] and its sequel, [http://www.ambrosiasw.com/games/evo/ EV: Override].
  
 
In real life, Patrick attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he created [[The Original "CHiPs" Web Site]] with his roommate, [[Tim Lewis]], shortly before they graduated in 1995.
 
In real life, Patrick attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he created [[The Original "CHiPs" Web Site]] with his roommate, [[Tim Lewis]], shortly before they graduated in 1995.
  
Since then, he has worked for a handful of Internet-related businesses that no longer exist. Patrick is currently a Senior Web Applications Developer at one of the few remaining dotcom companies. He has also taught an online course in web design and development for Northeastern University.
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Since then, he has worked for a handful of Internet-related businesses that no longer exist. He has also taught an online course in web design and development for Northeastern University. Patrick is currently the Web Engineer at [https://twit.tv/ TWiT], a podcast network founded by TechTV's Leo Laporte.
 
 
Patrick has been watching anime since ''Battle of the Planets'' was originally airing on television. Later on, he became a fan of ''Voltron'' and ''Transformers''. Nowadays, he prefers the action and drama of ''Cowboy Bebop'', but he still has a soft spot in his heart for the anime he grew up on. This love for anime led him to become one of the founders of [http://www.animeboston.com/ Anime Boston] and [http://providenceanime.com/ Providence Anime Conference]. He has since been elected as chairman of Anime Boston 2005 and 2006.
 
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*{{imdb name|id=1141177|name=Patrick Delahanty}}
 
*{{imdb name|id=1141177|name=Patrick Delahanty}}
 
*[http://www.animecons.com/guests/bio.shtml/1/Patrick_Delahanty AnimeCons.com Bio]
 
*[http://www.animecons.com/guests/bio.shtml/1/Patrick_Delahanty AnimeCons.com Bio]

Revision as of 15:28, 10 May 2017

Patrick Delahanty (born March 6, 1973 in Lewiston, Maine) is perhaps best known as the creator of AnimeCons.com, the largest source for anime convention information on the Internet. He is also a producer and host for the AnimeCons TV podcast. In addition to this, Patrick is the founder and host of The Chibi Project where he is responsible for conducting horrible experiments on anime toys for no good reason.

Patrick is big fan of conventions. He has attended over 100 of them and is one of the founders of both Anime Boston and Providence Anime Conference. He was elected as chairman of Anime Boston 2005 and 2006. He has hosted his popular improv event, Anime Unscripted, more than 40 times at over a dozen different conventions in two countries and four time zones.

In addition to his convention activities, Patrick is also the voice of the fighter pilots in the award-winning game Escape Velocity and its sequel, EV: Override.

In real life, Patrick attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he created The Original "CHiPs" Web Site with his roommate, Tim Lewis, shortly before they graduated in 1995.

Since then, he has worked for a handful of Internet-related businesses that no longer exist. He has also taught an online course in web design and development for Northeastern University. Patrick is currently the Web Engineer at TWiT, a podcast network founded by TechTV's Leo Laporte.

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