I find collect-a-thons interesting if done well. I personally love A Hat In Time, more than any Mario game, actually. I don’t know, even compared to other collect-a-thons, even if it’s usually more polished, Mario has just been too sterile and “safe” for me.
i redecided my anniversary stream... i'm gonna do a sub-a-thon for a max of 8 hours... (starting with 2) to make it different from other ppls sub-a-thons i'm gonna say if you do something to add time to the timer you can choose the game i play. (more things coming in next tweets)
i have an idea brewing to help ozarts and myth out since i couldn’t/can’t participate in the dono-a-thons but it’s a secret so shh
Shoppers Drug Mart is having a VAX-A-THON “For 24 hours, our stores will host walk-in appointments for first or second shots, on a first-come, first served basis."https://dailyhive.com/toronto/toronto-shoppers-drug-mart-24-hour-vax-a-thons …
@dcpunkarchive we hosted metadata-a-thons using a similar 2 browser windows method w/our digital colls site + a google doc. Not every crowdsourcing project needs a platform! https://twitter.com/mia_out/status/1418514480292638724 …
this sounds silly but I would give a lot for just one more day at paradise elementary . jog-a thons and book fairs and just being a kid .
We used to have jog-a-thons at our K-8 school every year. The big prize (if we raised $100) was to go to Disneyland. My sister and I always made sure we raised that money!
it deserves to be watched often but it always makes me miss all the bring it on cheer-a-thons they used to have on abc family