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Urban Survival: Zombie Outbreak Cincinnati

Is it better to be unprepared for the expected, or prepared for the unexpected? As cities around the world brace for the end of times, perhaps they should just be making plans. Urban survival is as much about knowing your terrain as it is knowing your enemy. Where will you run when hordes of the undead attack? How will you communicate when smart phones become as dead as your antagonist? More importantly, what IS Cincinnati chili made of exactly, and is it enough to help sustain life?

All of these questions and more will be address in Urban Survival: Zombie Outbreak Cincinnati, where we explore the design of a city with extreme prejudice.

When: Oct. 9th 7:30pm

Where: Hive13 (2929 SpringGrove Ave)

Speaker: Giacomo Ciminello

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  1. September 20th, 2014 at 04:44 | #1

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    Note that data speeds will bee reduced and the phone will no longer support simultaneous voice and data while 3G is disabled.

  2. September 24th, 2014 at 07:35 | #2

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