It’s done! Get it here.
(Don’t have BitTorrent? Get the basic client, or Azureus if you want something a little fancier. You can also try BitComet if you’re on Windows.)
Also: Download it from the Internet Archive.
Yexcellent. Awesome job, Robin. No fair you people who live in “cities” with “views.”
Aw, no fair — I want more. Any chance we can see each of the projects?
Also — just as an aside for any future Snarklaboration — while city views are often excellent, like other Snarkreaders, I yearn for the whiff of content. Maybe we can have more Dan Bouk-voiced narration next time, or something to give the collaboration a little more backbone.
P.S.: So sorry to miss the deadline — I’m still getting over a gimpy hand. I can type fairly well now, but what with the pain, the moaning, and the self-pity for most of the rest of the day, I don’t get as much done as I used to. I do have oodles of ideas if we want to do a “Cities #2.”
I agree, Tim — I’ve already begun formulating guidelines for the next wave, and they will include directives such as “say something” and “show your face.”
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