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The Big Urban Game
Russell Degnan

Posting heavily today, but I forgot to mention this when I saw it a fortnight ago, and I thought it was pretty cool. It's a game within the city itself. In this case, a race between three teams around the urban environment in Minneapolis.

More info here.

Places 20th September, 2003 12:24:51   [#] 

Comments

Sounds great
We should have a practice run with a whole lot of urban planning students over the summer.
Aaron Hewett  23rd September, 2003 15:45:18  

Russell
Well, I'm assuming then, that the practise is to iron out bugs before pressing ahead with the 1st Annual Civil Pandemonium Urban Game for all and sundry at the end of the holidays?

Who's in? I have ideas.
Jumping the gun?  23rd September, 2003 20:12:04  

YES!
I'm up for it! It'd fit in well with my new fitness regime ;)

I guess we can do some flyers and get some Environment students to do it as well, sorta like a competition between the two courses...
Tom  23rd September, 2003 22:15:36  

UUUUUUUH!
What the?
Do you have projects to do Russel.
Anthony  24th September, 2003 20:22:15  

Projects
During the summer holidays?

No, no I don't.
Russell  24th September, 2003 23:39:13  

A suggestion...
Perhaps we could meet sometime and organise a practice run...

Anyone up for $15 house red at the Supper Club? That'd be the place to work it out.

(Damn you, Russ, I'm in love with this Supper Club!)
J.C. Thomas Anderson  27th September, 2003 18:38:33  


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