Bob wrote:Smaller the better. My favorite last year was Tiny Tropolis, though I have no idea why it needed funding.
The term is 'bated' breath, btw, unless you're talking about harvesting the wild brine shrimp for luncheon spread.
delle wrote:jkisha wrote: Sally, having swallowed cheese
Directs down holes the scented breeze
Enticing thus with baited breath
Nice mice to an untimely death.
Bravo, Sir! Bravo!!!!
Minxy wrote:The Temple, C.O.R.E (all of em but especially Portland woohoo), the Temple, Tunnel of Questionable Enlightenment, Truth and Beauty (if it makes it), the Temple, the PIER (got lots of plans to play with at the Pier), the Superconducter, Tympani Lambada, Walkabout Woods, the Temple, Garden of Monkey Retrospectus, Pillars of the Saints, THE TEMPLE, ReOnion and several art cars. That's all just what I can think of off the top of my head of stuff that's had me excited this year.
I'm DYING to see the French Quarter (and hopefully do some volunteer/participatory baking there).
toaster wrote:I am curious why you were disappointed in Syzygryd because it was the one I was looking forward to and loved it in person... not that it did much, but sure looked nice.
It was just pretty. That's it. Pretty is a dime a dozen out there, and it wasn't amazingly pretty, just... "oh, that's nice. Meh" pretty. The interactive features were so complex as to be almost useless, it was like monkeys randomly hitting typewriter keys hoping to come up with something.
If you're going to make something interactive, it's got to be something that an "average" participant can figure out in a minute or two- if you're lucky you might get 4 or 5 full minutes to play on something before someone else really wants to try it.
Drawingablank wrote:While most of the projects I've looked at / read about seem like they will be awesome, I am trying to go with no expectations.
illy dilly wrote:1. Bureau of Uncleamed secrets sounds like a blast. But I haven't seen Havoc on here lately, and have not seen much of an update. I also, last track of their thread.
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