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Dave Troy presented a neat way of encoding location data called geohash.
Successful geohash in Canberra during my recent visit.
Geohashing Last night saw my second successful geohash in -36 (latitude) ...
So wherever you are, there is a geohash point within a few hundred kilometres - a new and different point each day, effectively random, and - because of the use of the most recent Dow Jones value - unknown until shortly before the actual date.
So, with approximately 24 hours notice, the idea is to go to your local geohash point at a pre-determined time (4pm being the canonical time), use a GPS receiver to locate it to within a few metres, and hang out and have fun with all the other geohashers who have shown up at the same point at the same time.
Geohash house harriers — running from geohash to geohash, as the timestamp advances, knowing that there’s beer at the next geohash.