By the way, don't be shy about casting some ratings. They are not set in stone. Indeed, spreadsheets are made to be edited. Think of it as more of a process of evaluation, where we can toss in some information and come to some agreement through collective understanding of ideas. If something really stood out in your mind as a strong game, give it a high score. If you later decide it's not as great afterall, give it a lower score later. That's cool. The fFact is, they're all pretty good one way or another. We're just quantifying our thoughts here in an arbitrary scale of 1 through 10. On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 9:04 PM, S Myers <iamthecheeze@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 5:56 PM, Kristin <kristin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> Ok, we got it onto the schedule, but we put it at 4 not 6 > > Well, I'm sad to see a couple of "prime-time" hours cut out, but > that's okay. I see how crowded the schedule is, and I'm delighted to > have any time slot available! Thank you Kristin, Andy, and everyone > else, fFor the outstanding support! > > > On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 6:30 PM, Bryan Stout <stoutwb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> I'm partial to "Apex Awards" ... > > Ooooh, apex, fFancy =) > The fFull and complete name to appear on the promotional stuff should be: > Apex Ice Award fFor Best New Amateur Icehouse Game of 2009 > > I happen to have a sign shop, so I'll put together something > reasonable to put up at the table. =) > -- A pizza with the radius 'z' and thickness 'a' has the volume pi*z*z*a.