OK - how about this one? beware it can be addictive:
Choose a term (work/Educause/Seattle related) and search for that term in Wikipedia.
On page 1 click on the first available link within the body text (do not click on any links in italics, any disambiguation links or any links that go outside Wikipedia).
On page 2 (ie wherever link 1 takes you) click on the second available link.
On page 3 (ie wherever link 2 takes you) click on the third available link.
And so on until you have clicked on the 6th link.
Put together the original term with the definition of the 6th link term for 1 point (NB if the output is eerily funny there may be 2 points in it - judges decision final)
For 3 points (as a tribute to Educause) use all 6 key terms in a 50 words or less "abstract", 4 points if this is eerily funny.
OK? Got that? 2 examples to give you a feel:
Original term - Sheffield Hallam University
1 - university
2 - research
3 - interpreting
4 - one-way mirror (yes, really)
5 - magnified
6 - digital processing
"Sheffield Hallam University..........is the process of altering digital data in any form"
Original term - virtual learning environment
1 - software
2 - computer program
3 - algorithm
4 - terminating
5 - Indian tribes (yes, really 2)
6 - lineage
"Virtual learning environment......is one of the major concepts of cultural anthropology"
OK, I'm going to sleep now - got a day full of pre-conference in the morning - enjoy!
btw - Stuart looking forward to something Canadian from you ;-)