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Videos from the Night of Adventure

For those unable to attend the recent Night of Adventure (which, incidentally had yet another full house (430) and raised piles of cash (8500) for charity), Dylan Winter has uploaded all of the talks here. (A nice way of getting a flavour of the fantastic variety of the event is to quickly scroll down through the photos at the bottom of the page.)

Because I’m a massive narcissist I’m posting my own talk on my own blog!
So here are 400 seconds spent trying to persuade the audience to commit to a microadventure. Perhaps they will sign up for this microadventure idea. Or perhaps they will come up with an idea for this Summer of Adventure campaign…

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  1. Looks like a fab adventure – unfortunatly I think id rather be in a hot climate that cold grey UK

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