Creating 'Mayhem' for a good cause

  • Article by: RANDY A. SALAS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 16, 2010 - 8:21 AM

A University of Minnesota disability specialist has turned a car-trip game into an iPod app and a live version for bars -- all to benefit brain research.

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johnbaranickMar. 15, 10 7:10 PM

and adding the artist?

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randysalasMar. 16, 10 8:53 AM

"Name That Tune" involves naming a song title based on the fewest number of notes, with the winning "lowest" bidder getting that honor. But the point isn't how Bill Solboe came up with the game, which is based on a generations-old car game; it's what he's doing with it and how he's adapting it for a good cause. There are, however, several patents associated with the game that Solboe owns.

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jkhubalMar. 16, 10 7:01 PM

How wonderful that Bill Solboe took an experience that would overwhelm most people and relentlessly pursued a way to make a positive contribution. My mother suffered for ten years, and ultimately died, from Alzheimer's. If Bill's efforts can help make this terrible disease "a distant memory," I'll gladly play one song and another and another.

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