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Tasks / Information Insertion

Insert information in a place that has an absence of information.

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15 points
Level 1

Terms: returnoftherevengetwoelectricboogaloo

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posted by Lainthulu on April 1st, 2009 1:50 PM

This should be an Equivalenz task.

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posted by Laura on September 28th, 2009 9:16 PM

I want to go insert some science into one of those creationism museums, but I don't think it would last long. And it would be a long trip.


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Like many states, North Carolina is full of state-sponsored historical markers commemorating the locations of important people, places, and events in the state's history. They range from the significant to the minor, and they are ubiquitous enough an...

15 + 261 points :: 26 comments :: 54 votes :: 3 collaborators
Information Insertion by Poisøn Lake April 5th, 2009 5:40 PM

Marysville lacked information on its zombie history. I turned March into Zombie History Month in an attempt to end the massive cover up of the 1887-1895 Zombie Plague epidemic. I started by making zombie history pamphlets filled with handy facts a...

15 + 119 points :: 14 comments :: 27 votes

Out in one of the parking lots of Fort Mason, there is the stern of a ship, labeled "Galilee, San Francisco", protruding from one of the Fort walls. No explanation, just the back of a boat, a crude roof above it, and a few "KEEP OUT" signs reinforc...

15 + 113 points :: 12 comments :: 26 votes :: 2 collaborators
Information Insertion by Markov Walker August 2nd, 2010 10:12 PM

"Anything you can do, I can do meta." --Charles Simonyi I have created a place with an absence of information and offer YOU, dear reader, the ability to insert information. Try it for yourself. I'll be here to explain what you just did when you get...

15 + 95 points :: 6 comments :: 19 votes

Check the pictures and the descriptions for documentation of this task. Synopsis: There's a playground by our house. No information anywhere as to what to do. We spent some time, designed a "brochure" complete with Teddy Roosevelt quote about playgr...

15 + 81 points :: 7 comments :: 17 votes :: 2 collaborators
Information Insertion by Spencer Riedel June 12th, 2011 12:06 AM

My first pasting ever, a tribute to an old friend of mine who passed on about a year ago. He lived well into his eighties. He was one of the first people in our neighborhood to reach out and act friendly towards our family. You would be amazed at how...

15 + 59 points :: 4 comments :: 15 votes

For this task I did a public service for the good people of San Francisco. I could explain it, but it would be best just to look at the pictures. I got to photo #15 and decided that was probably enough photos for a proof, so you won't see all of them...

15 + 53 points :: 8 comments :: 14 votes :: 3 collaborators
Information Insertion by la flaneuse March 12th, 2007 6:42 PM

I chalked two hopscotch grids to provide an historical context for some inexplicably new and isolated stone arches. This old school building at 4950 Cherry in Kansas City, Missouri, originally housed a private grade/high school, the Barstow School, ...

15 + 52 points :: 2 comments :: 11 votes
Information Insertion by Kate Saturday August 11th, 2010 4:53 PM

You know what has very little information written on it? Trees. Those guys don't say nothing. That time Pinkeye Paulsen was killed in the botched bank job on 17th? The cops caught his partner, Jimmy the Elm, and even though they tried for days to...

15 + 49 points :: 2 comments :: 13 votes
Information Insertion by N Mutans, Kegan June 27th, 2011 12:06 AM

Expand the photos below to see what we got up to. Afterward, we encourage you to read the linked articles. Hickman, Matthew J., PhD. "Citizen Complaints about Police Use of Force." Bureau of Justice Statistics June 2006. http://web.archive.org/w...

15 + 48 points :: 2 comments :: 10 votes :: 2 collaborators
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