Star Trek treasure hunt cruise

Thursday, February 26, 2009 by Dave Blum Over the years, I’ve been amazed and amused by the odd treasure hunt ideas that have come across my plate.  (I guess that’s what happens when you combine corporate team building activities and scavenger hunts for a living.) For instance, at one point I was…

Guerilla Contacting

Wednesday, February 25, 2009 by Dave Blum One of things I love about this weird wired age we live in is that you can find almost anyone online, write or call them, and very often they’ll contact you back.  This just didn’t happen back in the day, when people used…

Treasure Hunting with the Big Boys

Wednesday, February 25, 2009 by Dave Blum It sounds a bit like a super hero movie: “In our midst lives a little-known subculture, operating under the radar of the everyday society, dedicated to the creation of puzzles and the solving of puzzles.” I’m not talking about the Dr. Clue staff…

Enneagram — part 2

Friday, February 20, 2009 by Dave Blum The beauty of the Enneagram is: 1) You don’t need to take a multiple-choice exam to determine your type; you simply read a list of descriptions and decide, on your own, which type best fits you. 2) Each type has at least two off-shoots: a positive…

Artists Hold Building-Naming Scavenger Hunt

Thursday, February 19, 2009 by Dave Blum I was interested to see today an article in the Tucson Citizen, titled “Scavenger Hunt to Help on Ideas for Vacant Buildings.” http://www.tucsoncitizen.com/daily/local/110285.php According to the piece, “Three artists are putting on a Downtown Scavenger Hunt to generate ideas from participants on what…