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Inside the Attack that Crippled Revision3

May 29th, 2008 at 07:49 by Jim Louderback in Polemics

As many of you know, Revision3′s servers were brought down over the Memorial Day weekend by a denial of service attack. It’s an all too common occurrence these days. But this one wasn’t your normal cybercrime – there’s a chilling twist at the end. Here’s what happened, and why we’re even more concerned today, after it’s over, than we were on Saturday when it started.

It all started with just a simple “hi”. Now “hi” can be the sweetest word in the world, breathlessly whispered into your ear by a long-lost lover, or squealed out by your bouncy toddler at the end of the day. But taken to excess – like by a cranky 3-year old–it gets downright annoying. Now imagine a room full of hyperactive toddlers, hot off of a three hour Juicy-Juice bender, incessantly shrieking “hi” over and over again, and you begin to understand what our poor servers went through this past weekend.

On the internet, computers say hi with a special type of packet, called “SYN”. A conversation between devices typically requires just one short SYN packet exchange, before moving on to larger messages containing real data. And most of the traffic cops on the internet – routers, firewalls and load balancers – are designed to mostly handle those larger messages. So a flood of SYN packets, just like a room full of hyperactive screaming toddlers, can cause all sorts of problems.

For adults, it’s typically an inability to cope, followed either by quickly fleeing the room, or orchestrating a massive Teletubbies intervention. Since they lack both legs and a ready supply of plushies, internet devices usually just shut down.

revision3_f5_dos.jpg
That’s what happened to us. Another device on the internet flooded one of our servers with an overdose of SYN packets, and it shut down – bringing the rest of Revision3 with it. In webspeak it’s called a Denial of Service attack – aka DoS – and it happens when one machine overwhelms another with too many packets, or messages, too quickly. The receiving machine attempts to deal with all that traffic, but in the end just gives up.
(Note the photo of our server equipment responding to the DoS Attack)

In its coverage Tuesday CNet asked the question, “Now who would want to attack Revision3?” Who indeed? So we set out to find out.

Internet attacks leave lots of evidence. In this case it was pretty easy to see exactly what our shadowy attacker was so upset about. It turns out that those zillions of SYN packets were addressed to one particular port, or doorway, on one of our web servers: 20000. Interestingly enough, that’s the port we use for our Bittorrent tracking server. It seems that someone was trying to destroy our bittorrent distribution network.

Let me take a step back and describe how Revision3 uses Bittorrent, aka BT. The BT protocol is a peer to peer scheme for sharing large files like music, programs and video. By harnessing the peer power of many computers, we can easily and cheaply distribute our huge HD-quality video shows for a lot less money. To get started, the person sharing that large file first creates a small file called a “torrent”, which contains metadata, along with which server will act as the conductor, coordinating the sharing. That server is called the tracking server, or “tracker”. You can read much more about Bittorrent at Wikipedia, if you really want to understand how it works.

Revision3 runs a tracker expressly designed to coordinate the sharing and downloading of our shows. It’s a completely legitimate business practice, similar to how ESPN puts out a guide that tells viewers how to tune into its network on DirecTV, Dish, Comcast and Time Warner, or a mall might publish a map of its stores.

But someone, or some company, apparently took offense to Revision3 using Bittorrent to distribute its own slate of shows. Who could that be?

Along with where it’s bound, every internet packet has a return address. Often, particularly in cases like this, it’s forged – or spoofed. But interestingly enough, whoever was sending these SYN packets wasn’t shy. Far from it: it’s as if they wanted us to know who they were.

A bit of address translation, and we’d discovered our nemesis. But instead of some shadowy underground criminal syndicate, the packets were coming from right in our home state of California. In fact, we traced the vast majority of those packets to a public company called Artistdirect (ARTD.OB). Once we were able to get their internet provider on the line, they verified that yes, indeed, that internet address belonged to a subsidiary of Artist Direct, called MediaDefender.

Now why would MediaDefender be trying to put Revision3 out of business? Heck, we’re one of the biggest defenders of media around. So I stopped by their website and found that MediaDefender provides “anti-piracy solutions in the emerging Internet-Piracy-Prevention industry.” The company aims to “stop the spread of illegally traded copyrighted material over the internet and peer-to-peer networks.” Hmm. We use the internet and peer-to-peer networks to accelerate the spread of legally traded materials that we own. That’s sort of directly opposite to what Media Defender is supposed to be doing.

Who pays MediaDefender to disrupt peer to peer networks? I don’t know who’s ponying up today, but in the past their clients have included Sony, Universal Music, and the central industry groups for both music and movies – the RIAA and MPAA. According to an article by Ars Technica, the company uses “its array of 2,000 servers and a 9GBps dedicated connection to propagate fake files and launch denial of service attacks against distributors.” Another Ars Technica story claims that MediaDefender used a similar denial of service attack to bring down a group critical of its actions.

Hmm. Now this could have been just a huge misunderstanding. Someone could have incorrectly configured a server on Friday, and left it to flood us mercilessly with SYN packets over the long Memorial Day weekend. If so, luckily it was pointed at us, and not, say, at the intensive care unit at Northwest Hospital and Medical Center But Occam’s razor leads to an entirely different conclusion.

So I picked up the phone and tried to get in touch with ArtistDirect interim CEO Dimitri Villard. I eventually had a fascinating phone call with both Dimitri Villard and Ben Grodsky, Vice President of Operations at Media Defender.

First, they willingly admitted to abusing Revision3′s network, over a period of months, by injecting a broad array of torrents into our tracking server. They were able to do this because we configured the server to track hashes only – to improve performance and stability. That, in turn, opened up a back door which allowed their networking experts to exploit its capabilities for their own personal profit.

Second, and here’s where the chain of events come into focus, although not the motive. We’d noticed some unauthorized use of our tracking server, and took steps to de-authorize torrents pointing to non-Revision3 files. That, as it turns out, was exactly the wrong thing to do. MediaDefender’s servers, at that point, initiated a flood of SYN packets attempting to reconnect to the files stored on our server. And that torrential cascade of “Hi”s brought down our network.

Grodsky admits that his computers sent those SYN packets to Revision3, but claims that their servers were each only trying to contact us every three hours. Our own logs show upwards of 8,000 packets a second.

“Media Defender did not do anything specific, targeted at Revision3″, claims Grodsky. “We didn’t do anything to increase the traffic” – beyond what they’d normally be sending us due to the fact that Revision3 was hosting thousands of MediaDefender torrents improperly injected into our corporate server. His claim: that once we turned off MediaDefender’s back-door access to the server, “traffic piled up (to Revision3 from MediaDefender servers because) it didn’t get any acknowledgment back.”

Putting aside the company’s outrageous use of our servers for their own profit, and the large difference between one connection every three hours and 8,000 packets a second, I’m still left to wonder why they didn’t just tell us our basement window was unlocked. A quick call or email and we’d have locked it up tighter than a drum.

It’s as if McGruff the Crime Dog snuck into our basement, enlisted an army of cellar rats to eat up all of our cheese, and then burned the house down when we finally locked him out – instead of just knocking on the front door to tell us the window was open.

In the end, here’s what I know:

  • A torrential flood of SYN packets rained down on Revision3’s network over Memorial Day weekend.
  • Those packets – up to 8,000 a second – came primarily from computers controlled by MediaDefender, who is in the business of shutting down illegal torrent sites.
  • Revision3 suffered measurable harm to its business due to that flood of packets, as the attacks on our legitimate and legal Torrent Tracking server spilled over into our entire internet infrastructure. Thus we were unable to serve videos and advertising through much of the weekend, and into Tuesday – and even our internal email servers were brought down.
  • Denial of service attacks are illegal in the US under 12 different statutes, including the Economic Espionage Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

Although I can only guess, here’s what I think really happened. Media Defender was abusing one of Revision3′s servers for their own purposes – quite without our approval. When we closed off their backdoor access, MediaDefender’s servers freaked out, and went into attack mode – much like how a petulant toddler will throw an epic tantrum if you take away an ill-gotten Oreo.

That tantrum threw upwards of 8,000 SYN packets a second at our servers. And that was enough to bring down both our public facing site, our RSS server, and even our internal corporate email – basically the entire Revision3 business. Smashing the cookie jar, as it were, so that no one else could have any Oreos either.

Was it malicious? Intentional? Negligent? Spoofed? I can’t say. But what I do know is that the FBI is looking into the matter – and it’s far more serious than toddlers squabbling over broken toys and lost cookies.

MediaDefender claims that they have taken steps to ensure this won’t happen again. “We’ve added a policy that will investigate open public trackers to see if they are associated with other companies”, promised Grodsky, “and first will make a communication that says, hey are you aware of this.”

In the end, I don’t think Media Defender deliberately targeted Revision3 specifically. However, the company has a history of using their servers to, as Ars Technica said, “launch denial of service attacks against distributors.” They saw us as a “distributor” – even though we were using Bittorrent for legitimate reasons. Once we shut them out, their vast network of servers were automatically programmed to implement a scorched earth policy, and shut us down in turn. The long Memorial Day weekend holiday made it impossible for us to contact either Media Defender or their ISP, which only exacerbated the problem.

All I want, for Revision3, is to get our weekend back – both the countless hours spent by our heroic tech staff attempting to unravel the mess, and the revenue, traffic and entertainment that we didn’t deliver.

If it can happen to Revision3, it could happen to your business too. We’re simply in the business of delivering entertainment and information – that’s not life or death stuff. But what if MediaDefender discovers a tracker inside a hospital, fire department or 911 center? If it happened to us, it could happen to them too. In my opinion, Media Defender practices risky business, and needs to overhaul how it operates. Because in this country, as far as I know, we’re still innocent until proven guilty – not drawn, quartered and executed simply because someone thinks you’re an outlaw.

- Jim Louderback
CEO – Revision3

UPDATE
We’ve received several requests for some technical data to illustrate the specifics of the attack. So we’ve provided a text file with some more “under the hood” data.

This file represents every packet we identified as being part of the DoS for a period of time less than .02 *seconds* on Monday morning. If you count, there’s a total of 96 packets. (We removed 12 legitimate packets from the trace). We used a combination of tcpdump and wireshark to gather this information. (this particular trace is from tcpdump)

View the text file: rev3packettrace.txt


Live from New York…it's Diggnation!

May 21st, 2008 at 12:03 by David Prager in Live Events

iw_diggnation.jpgAttention New Yorkers! Do you like the Internet? Do you like Diggnation? Then on June 4th, you’ve GOT to be at the live Diggnation show in New York City. It’s Internet Week in New York City (one of our fave cities) and we figured, how better to participate than to bring Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht to New York to finally tape an episode in front of a New York audience!?

But we didn’t stop there, as if Kevin and Alex wasn’t enough, Brian Brushwood, host of the smash hit Scam School will be there to shock and amaze, and make fools of a couple of people with his dazzling array of bar tricks. See if you can stand toe to toe with the king of the scam. Plus, DJ Bears and Bears Repeating will be performing as well for all you music fans.

This event will also be serving as the Digg Meet-up. Digg CEO Jay Adelson will be in attendance along with founder Kevin Rose and a few others from the Digg crew and community.

Here are the details:
When:
Wednesday, June 4 – 6:00 p.m. EST

Where:
Studio B
259 Banker Street
Between Meserole Ave. & Calyer St.
Brooklyn, New York

Google Map:

Let us know you’re coming: Meetup

Directions from Manhattan:
BY SUBWAY: Take the Brooklyn-bound L train to Bedford Avenue (1st stop into Brooklyn); Exit subway near the intersection of N 7th St and Bedford Ave; head North on Bedford Ave past N 8th St; Turn left onto N 12th St; Turn right onto Berry St; Turn right onto Nassau Ave; Turn left onto Banker St; Total travel: 30 mins;

BY CAR: FROM WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE: Take Williamsburg Bridge (inside lanes) to BQE (BROOKLYN QUEENS EXPY/I-278 E) (0.5 mi); Take the Humboldt St. exit (Exit 33) toward McGuinness Blvd (0.1 mi); Turn LEFT onto HUMBOLDT ST.; Stay STRAIGHT to go onto MCGUINNESS BLVD S. (0.6 mi); Turn LEFT onto MESEROLE AVE. (0.3 mi); Turn RIGHT onto BANKER ST. (0.0 mi); End at 259 Banker St Brooklyn, NY 11222-2601; Estimated Time: 14 minutes/Estimated Distance: 4.57 miles;

BY CAR: FROM MIDTOWN TUNNEL: Take Midtown Tunnel to I-495 E (Portions toll) (1.5 mi); Take the BORDEN AVE./ PULASKI BR. exit.; Turn RIGHT onto BORDEN AVE. (0.1 mi); Turn RIGHT onto VERNON BLVD.; Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto JACKSON AVE/ NY-25A E. (0.2 mi); Turn RIGHT onto 11TH ST/ PULASKI BRIDGE. Continue to follow PULASKI BRIDGE. (0.6 mi); PULASKI BRIDGE becomes MCGUINNESS BLVD. (0.4 mi); Turn RIGHT onto MESEROLE AVE. (0.3 mi); Turn RIGHT onto BANKER ST.; End at 259 Banker St Brooklyn, NY 11222-2601; Estimated Time: 13 minutes/Estimated Distance: 4.84 miles

Official Flyer:

Diggnation New York


Everything's Coming Up Mobile

May 20th, 2008 at 05:41 by Michele Husak in Polemics

Ever since we launched the mobile version of Revision3 over at m.revision3.com, we’ve gotten a lot of feedback from our users about how great it is to watch Revision3 content when they’re away from their computers. Our partners at Transpera informed us that for users of Verizon Wireless, specifically the Verizon Voyager, it’s even easier now to watch Revision3.

Now, Voyager users simply have to open their web browser, choose VIDEO and then Revision3 is available as a video option. This is a great improvement for accessibility and getting right to Revision3 when you want to. We’ve got pics below of the Voyager in the wild, pulling up your favorite new Revision3 show, popSiren

I’m sure many of you out there don’t have the Voyager. If you are a customer of Verizon Wireless, you can expect to see Revision3 getting more and more accessible to other handsets down the road. If this is something you want on your phone, let Verizon know!

And for you iPhone loyalists, you’ll be please to see that Apple now recognizes Revision3 Mobile as a Web App availble for your iPhone. The Mobile revolution is nigh and Revision3 is right at the front lines! Hope this makes your commute a little more bearable!


REVISION3 AGREES TO CONTENT PARTNERSHIP WITH HULU

May 15th, 2008 at 11:25 by Michele Husak in Press Releases

–Revision3 Programming Now Available at Hulu.com–

San Francisco (May 15, 2008) – Revision3, the TV network for the Internet generation, will begin syndicating shows “Diggnation,” “The Totally Rad Show” and “Web Drifter” to Hulu™— an online entertainment source that delivers premium programming across all genres and formats, television shows, feature films, and clips. The shows can also be viewed at Revision3 and on each show’s individual site.

“Web entertainment is first and foremost about you, the viewer,” says Jim Louderback, CEO of Revision3. “Like Revision3, Hulu is committed to delivering the best in entertainment free of charge, whenever and wherever you want it.”

Both Revision3 and Hulu are dedicated to bringing a new generation of viewers the best quality in original programming. Hulu presents its audience with the Internet’s only all-inclusive assortment of programming. Taking advantage of the convenience of the Hulu platform, Revision3 will be even more accessible to its loyal audience, as well as reach a whole new market of Web-savvy television and film fanatics.

About Revision3:
Revision3 is the first media company that gets it. Born from the Internet, Revision3 is a TV network for the web, creating and producing shows for a new audience: passionate fans who want to watch shows about technology, modern culture and music that entertain, educate and help to expand their life experiences.

The company was founded in 2005 by technology visionaries Kevin Rose, Jay Adelson and David Prager, because they couldn’t find anything they wanted to watch on traditional television. The company is now led by Internet TV pioneer Jim Louderback. With more than 35 million downloads to date (and 4.2 million per month), Revision3’s programs can be found everywhere from Revision3 to a wide range of platforms, including Apple iTunes, Joost, DivX, YouTube and PyroTV. Shows can be watched on any device, from a cell phone to an Apple Nano, on a computer or a TV.

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For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Shawna Seldon, The Rosen Group, at 212 255 8455 or Shawna@rosengrouppr.com


REVISION3 AND DIGG BRING YOU LIVE DIGGNATION AND DIGG MEETUP IN COLLABORATION WITH INTERNET WEEK IN NEW YORK

May 15th, 2008 at 10:41 by Michele Husak in Press Releases

–with Special Guests and Revision3 secret announcements;
Plus A Special Performance By Scam School’s Brian Brushwood–

CALENDAR LISTING/EVENT ALERT: Wednesday, June 4; 6:00 p.m

Who:
Kevin Rose, host of “Diggnation,” founder of Digg and co-founder of Revision3; Alex Albrecht, host of “Diggnation” and co-creator of “The Totally Rad Show”; Jay Adelson, CEO of Digg and Chairman of Revision3; Jim Louderback, CEO of Revision3; Brian Brushwood, host of “Scam School”; DJ Jedi; Bears Repeating; and special guests TBA.

What:
Silicon Valley is coming to the Alley! Revision3 and Digg are teaming up during Internet Week for the next Digg Meetup with a LIVE Diggnation, the popular Web-based news review show hosted by Kevin Rose & Alex Albrecht. Come raise a frosty pint with the teams as well as fellow Diggers and Diggnation fans at Studio B, the live music and DJ venue located in the trendy Williamsburg area in Brooklyn. In addition, outrageous magician and Scam School host Brian Brushwood will bring his crazy blend of magic and mayhem to the stage in an exclusive performance. Also performing: DJ Jedi and Bears Repeating; Plus: Revision3 breaking news and special guests and secret announcements.

Where:
Studio B
259 Banker Street; Btwn Meserole Ave. & Calyer St.
Brooklyn, New York

Directions from Manhattan:
BY SUBWAY: Take the Brooklyn-bound L train to Bedford Avenue (1st stop into Brooklyn); Exit subway near the intersection of N 7th St and Bedford Ave; head North on Bedford Ave past N 8th St; Turn left onto N 12th St; Turn right onto Berry St; Turn right onto Nassau Ave; Turn left onto Banker St; Total travel: 30 mins;
BY CAR: FROM WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE: Take Williamsburg Bridge (inside lanes) to BQE (BROOKLYN QUEENS EXPY/I-278 E) (0.5 mi); Take the Humboldt St. exit (Exit 33) toward McGuinness Blvd (0.1 mi); Turn LEFT onto HUMBOLDT ST.; Stay STRAIGHT to go onto MCGUINNESS BLVD S. (0.6 mi); Turn LEFT onto MESEROLE AVE. (0.3 mi); Turn RIGHT onto BANKER ST. (0.0 mi); End at 259 Banker St Brooklyn, NY 11222-2601; Estimated Time: 14 minutes/Estimated Distance: 4.57 miles;

BY CAR: FROM MIDTOWN TUNNEL: Take Midtown Tunnel to I-495 E (Portions toll) (1.5 mi); Take the BORDEN AVE./ PULASKI BR. exit.; Turn RIGHT onto BORDEN AVE. (0.1 mi); Turn RIGHT onto VERNON BLVD.; Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto JACKSON AVE/ NY-25A E. (0.2 mi); Turn RIGHT onto 11TH ST/ PULASKI BRIDGE. Continue to follow PULASKI BRIDGE. (0.6 mi); PULASKI BRIDGE becomes MCGUINNESS BLVD. (0.4 mi); Turn RIGHT onto MESEROLE AVE. (0.3 mi); Turn RIGHT onto BANKER ST.; End at 259 Banker St Brooklyn, NY 11222-2601; Estimated Time: 13 minutes/Estimated Distance: 4.84 miles

When:
Wednesday, June 4
6:00 p.m. EST

For press accreditation or to schedule an interview with Revision3, contact Melody Lowe, The Rosen Group, 212 255 8455 ext. 240 or melodyl@rosengrouppr.com, or to schedule an interview with Digg, contact Scott Blevins, K/F Communications, 415.255.6512 or scott@kfcomm.com

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Watch Revision3 on Viddler

May 8th, 2008 at 01:09 by Michele Husak in Announcements

viddler.gifRevision3 is now available on Viddler.com! As we continue to add new partners to the Revision3 family, we are particularly excited to announce that starting today, we have teamed up with Viddler to bring you all of your favorite shows.

We believe Viddler is the next great online video destination and absolutely love the team behind the start up. This is just the beginning of a great partnership, the thunder before the storm, if you will. Please help support Viddler and checking out all of the Revision3 shows you know and love in their brilliant player, like last week’s Diggnation. This is the beginning of a great partnership with more to come soon!


New daily content: popSiren Bites! Plus, Social Brew calendar update!

May 7th, 2008 at 04:35 by Rob Saurini in Announcements, Shows

Hi everyone,

I’m thrilled, thrilled, THRILLED to let you all know that popSiren will start releasing daily content next week in the form of popSiren Bites, joining Tekzilla Dailies, Lil’ Internet Superstars, and iFanboy Minis! In addition to our weekly full show, popSiren Bites will cover pop culture, rad science, awesome DIY projects, and internet goodies, of course! All the popSiren gals are working hard on this, and rest assured the full show won’t lose a thing… you’ll just get a lot more great stuff each week.

popSiren’s new schedule is as follows:

Mondays, 3 PM Eastern, 12 PM Pacific – Full popSiren episode
Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fri: popSiren Bites

Social Brew’s new schedule is as follows:

Thursdays, 3 PM Eastern, 12 PM Pacific

So for those paying attention, yes, popSiren and Social Brew are swapping release times. Good eye!

See you on Monday, and thanks again for watching.

-Sarah


REVISION3 SOLIDIFIES PARTNERSHIP WITH VIDDLER

May 7th, 2008 at 02:14 by Michele Husak in Uncategorized
—REVISION3 PROGRAMMING NOW AVAILABLE AT VIDDLER.COM—

San Francisco – May 7, 2008 – Revision3, the TV network for the Internet generation, will begin syndicating its award winning content to Viddler, one of the web’s fastest growing video sites. Episodes of shows including “Diggnation,” “The Totally Rad show,” “Tekzilla” and “PopSiren,” can also be viewed at www.revision3.com and on each show’s individual site.

“Here at Revision3, we’re always looking for exciting and innovative ways for viewers to watch and interact with our programming,” said Jim Louderback, CEO of Revision3. “We love the advanced features of Viddler’s streaming video player – they’ve done an amazing job building in interactivity and navigation. We’re thrilled to be a part of the action.”

Both Revision3 and Viddler are dedicated to building communities around online video. Viddler brings together multiple viewers by allowing them to share and view each other’s comments about the shows they are watching. By partnering with Viddler, Revision3 continues its commitment to anywhere, anytime, any service accessibility and engages old and new fans in exciting ways.

“Revision3 is creating some of the best video content for the Web,” said Rob Sandie, President of Viddler. “With this syndication partnership we are excited to drive conversation and engagement to Revision3 and Viddler.”

About Revision3:

Revision3 is the first media company that gets it. Born from the Internet, Revision3 is a TV network for the web, creating and producing shows for a new audience: passionate fans who want to watch shows about technology, modern culture and music that entertain, educate and help to expand their life experiences.

The company was founded in 2005 by technology visionaries Kevin Rose, Jay Adelson and David Prager, because they couldn’t find anything they wanted to watch on traditional television. The company is now led by Internet TV pioneer Jim Louderback. With more than 35 million downloads to date (and 4.2 million per month), Revision3’s programs can be found everywhere from Revision3 to a wide range of platforms, including Apple iTunes, Hulu, DivX, YouTube and PyroTV. Shows can be watched on any device, from a cell phone to an Apple Nano, on a computer or a TV.

About Viddler:

Viddler is the innovative, open and robust online video platform where novice and professional video podcasters engage viewers through interactive conversations. Through Viddler’s timed tagging technology, people can interact at specific moments in the video through tags, text or video comments in the timeline. Viddler’s strength is in putting its community first: giving members robust, flexible sharing features, large file uploads and the ability to record directly with webcam. Viddler participates in revenue share with content creators through sponsorships and advertising. In addition, Viddler’s APIs give content creators additional capability to recreate the conversational experience on their sites.

For more information or to schedule an interview contact Shawna Seldon, The Rosen Group, 212 255 8455 or Shawna@rosengrouppr.com


Diggnation Meetup in NYC

May 5th, 2008 at 10:13 by Michele Husak in Live Events

New York City is not only the biggest (and one of the best) cities in the world, it’s also the home to one of the most active gathering of of Diggnation fans. Members of the NYC Diggnation Meetup have been getting together to watch Diggnation for almost 3 years now! Friends, drinks and Diggnation…I can’t really think of a better way to spend a night in New York City.

If you’re in the NYC area, their next event is coming up this Wednesday, May 7th at 7 PM and it looks to be a big one as our friend Gary Vaynerchuk of Wine Library TV will in attendance. Plus we’ve given them some free stuff from Revision3 HQ to give away. So you definitely don’t want to miss this.

They’ll be gathering at:
Lunasa Bar
126 1st avenue
New York, NY 10009
212-228-8580

More info and to RSVP

And if you live in the NYC metro area, stay tuned for some exciting official Revision3 event info, coming soon here at Revision3.com!