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I seem to remember this game originating maybe as far back as a couple years ago, though I apologize for not remembering who’s brainchild it was. But what for the past few Keynotes has been only a printable (usually pdf) version, has been coded and made […]

I seem to remember this game originating maybe as far back as a couple years ago, though I apologize for not remembering who’s brainchild it was. But what for the past few Keynotes has been only a printable (usually pdf) version, has been coded and made available as a little app for OS X.

Maybe next Keynote we’ll have a snazzy web 2.0 version that’s socially networked, allowing the masses to play together and win prizes… Or maybe not.

Anyway, feel free to play along at home (or wherever you are when you track the Keynote) next week.

  1. It originated last year on ArsTechnica. I believe it came from one of John Siracusa’s blog entries.

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  2. Peter Östergren Friday, January 5, 2007
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  3. If you’re itching for randomized bingo cards of your very own, I created an online card randomizer that uses the same set of strings as Peter Hosey’s app mentioned on John Siracusa’s blog.

    http://nicwaller.com/bingocard/

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