one fish, two fish, not a fish, plus a fish

ARG! Revenge of the TorGame!

Do you love bees? Ever wonder what happened to Poor Richard? Because ARG isn't just a pirate's grunt anymore. Alternate Reality Games have sprung up all over the world, sometimes allowing thousands of people searching for clues to solve fictional mysteries and puzzles.
Nope, no clues in this post, and seriously,
Last year Toronto played host to the ARG-styled game Waking City, and TorGame organizers are looking for a repeat of last year's success. There's going to be a meeting on April 12th wherein the organizers will be soliciting volunteers who can help with design, internet work, and even acting. Even if you're just really into puzzles, it's highly recommended you check out the meeting and converse with other would-be sleuths.
ARG designers have way cooler ways of hiding messages on webpages
When: 7 p.m. Thursday April 12
Where: Lillian Smith Library (239 College St.)
416-393-7746
than merely matching the font's color to that of the background.
For more info, don't be afraid to check out the official TorGame website.
For shame, Ryan C, for shame...
"Fish Fish Snail Fish" by Sushla and posted to the Waking City Flickr Pool. Hmmm, I wonder if there might be a hidden clue in this very post...


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