Saturday, November 8, 2008
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WWFM IV ~ World Wide Flash Mob Four
Inspired by the Podcacher Podcast
Saturday 8th November 2008
6 pm to 6.15 pm
Forum Magnum Square,
In the County Hall area, close to the London Eye.
Nearest Railway: Waterloo
Nearest Tube: Waterloo or Westminster
Come and Flash in London!
Bring a Torch to identify youself as a cacher ... any sort of torch, flashlight, glowstick etc. Switch it on at 6pm.
At precisely 6pm we shall assemble, you'll easily recognise me, I'll be at ground zero with a dog, he will be wearing a flashing collar, you will be asked to sign the log to show your geocaching name and how many in your party, we'll take a group photo, share some refreshments ... sweets (yeh!), swap TBs, chat and disperse by 6.15pm.
Want to learn more about the history of Flash Mobs? See this link.
This is one of a number of Flash Mob events being held simultaneously around the world at the same time. Here's a link to the others!
For the unititiated, a Flash Mob event is a micro event, which takes place at a given time and lasts for a specific time. The idea is that if you arrive early, you blend in and look inconspicuous until the event begins on the stroke of 6 pm. At precisely 6.15 pm we shall disband and go our separate ways. Although in reality some may go off caching or socialising afterwards at a nearby watering hole!
Sbyybj gur neebj va lbhe TCFe!
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