Well, at this point I'm not sure how much actual advertising we need. I
think the big picture, as has been said before, is to get the word out
that good high quality games exist. By showing off game x and letting a
few blind people try them, perhaps let their friends and family see
them, etc it might make a difference in letting people know that this
stuff exists and it doesn't need to remain in the backwater of the
galaxy forever. It is time we make ourselves known to more and more
people, agencies for the blind, and break out of this apathetic rut we
have fallen into.
That's an interesting idea Tom, ---- but I'll wait and see what the
organizers tell me, ---- and what Richard and Sander have to say about
Also please remember that other than sitting on a stall at freshers'
fair when i was president of the university philosophy society
persuading students to sign up, i have no training or experience in
advertising or markiting whatsoever.
The booth would just be me, --- -and anyone else who came, with a
laptop, two sets of headphones, and my double sterrio headphone jack.
How successful I'd be in promotion, --- -I honestly have no idea.
I certainly wouldn't have to tell any fibs about game quality, ----
but whether I'd be persuasive enough to be any good I really can't say.
Beware the grue!
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