Note that if you have a Livescribe smart pen, there is a version of  
Zork for the pen. Here's how it works:

Here's the blurb from the store site:

You are standing in the Livescribe store. There is an exciting looking  
product that catches your eye.

> look at exciting product

It?s the extremely excellent Infocom classic, Zork.

> take product

As you take it down from the shelf you see there is some text on the back too.

> read back of box

It says ?Party like it?s 1980! The wildly popular Infocom game, Zork,  
is now available for your Livescribe smartpen. Explore the Great  
Underground Empire all over again by simply writing down what you want  
to do next.?


I just may have to get it.


Quoting Jason Stirnaman <[log in to unmask]>:

> /me waves dongle
> I have a Mac mini displayport to DVI adaptor
> Jason
>>>> On 1/9/2012 at 04:01 PM, in message  
>>>> <[log in to unmask]>,  
>>>> "Michael B. Klein" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> DVD ordered! Do we know what kind of large-screen viewing/projector device
> we'll have in the hospitality/hostility suite? I can currently handle VGA
> and HDMI, but I'm not sure about DVI.
> Michael
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Adam Wead <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> There's been some discussion on IRC about having a viewing of the movie
>> "Get Lamp" [1] at the code4lib conference.  Michael Klein has agreed to
>> spring for the movie, which costs about $45, and I can look at coordinating
>> a showtime in the hospitality suite.
>> Is there any interest from conference attendees out there?  Is it
>> agreeable to chip in $1 or $2 to Mike to his trouble?
>> Respond off-list if you have interest, and if there's enough I'll send
>> another message with details.
>> thanks,
>> ...adam
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