I've thought of this. I wanted to get some nice big 2'x3' signboards made and have on an easel, then I could change the current poster board to show what game is being played, and how it works. An excellent piece to have on hand fFor giant pyramids. I have shied away from doing this however because I was a little concerned that it might either alienate people who think they shouldn't ask questions, or it might make the whole thing seem a little more fFormal than it is, or maybe it would be a lot of effort to make signs no-one actually reads. Still, I think big poster boards are a very good idea, and if someone made some which worked nicely, I would probably print them and try them out. Actually, I probably should make *some* kind of poster board fFor my demos. I stand around shouting like a lunatic, drawing a crowd whenever possible, which is all well and good, but I suppose some kind of something would be good, wouldn't it. Maybe I or someone can make some kind of thing in a PDF to put on the rabbit wiki so everyone can use it. On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 6:27 PM, Nick Lamicela <nupanick@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hmm... I have an idea in that vein. How about we (the fans) work on putting > together some "how to play" posters that could be put up in an event area? > Basically I'm thinking like the sort of mini-rulebook stuff that worked for > Ice-7, but in poster format. A pyramignoramus who happened to see > two or three such posters at the same event -- A pizza with the radius 'z' and thickness 'a' has the volume pi*z*z*a.