Can't stop the bingo!
Random cards, over one hundred new items, bingo madness!
Apparently keynote bingo really gets the geek juices flowing for some people. Here's yet another spin on card generation from Peter Hosey and Chris Forsythe. This time, the cards are generated by encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files. Open the files and you'll see a new card every time. There are also files with two and four bingo cards per sheet of paper. Finally, Chris and Peter have added 119 new squares to the mix. Some samples: Roz Ho on stage; Crash during demo; Musical guest; Steve with beard; HyperCard 3.0; Any display size discontinued; Audience member ejected for yelling “BINGO!” They're all pretty good.
You can download the files (with instructions, which you should read) if you're interested in an even more randomized bingo experience. I consider this an “unofficial” extension of the main twenty-one-card game, but if there are no winners of the main game, I will crown the winner of this alternative game as the overall King of WWDC Keynote Bingo 2006!
This article originally appeared at Ars Technica. It is reproduced here with permission.