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Geocaching for Software

Geocaching for Software
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Contributing Writer
  • 29 january 2009

 

Lee Brimlow, platform evangelist for the Flash productline (Flash / Flex / AIR) takes a cue from spy movies and the tradecraft of intelligence agencies to “dead drop” free copies of Adobe Master Collection CS4 (valued at over $2,500) through Lee’s unique take on geocaching involving video, navigational coordinates and clandestine codewords and visual clues.

The first “drop” was retrieved in Santa Cruz in the the dead of the night at 2:30 am. Along with the pickup, a photo was posted of the clandestine package which community commenters have described as looking like “a kilo of cocaine”. Lee says he plans on continuing his giveaway operation in every city he travels.

[via Flashblog]

– Contributed by Ruben Sun

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