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April 22, 2006

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Excellent post, Drew - cheers. Had passed me bny I, have to admit, but I will be taking a closer look!

Thanks Antony.

Hi Drew, I will be taking a look at this one too!

However - and perhaps its just me - anonymous newspaper ads and a postcards don't sound like a groundbreaking guerilla campaign!!

And as if by magic..... I just read that Adrian Hon, Director of Play for Mind Candy will be speaking at the interactive media forum, Btween06, at the National Museum of Film, Photography and Television in Bradford from 25-26 May 2006.

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