I believe NPS amended their rules in 2018 to prohibit this now, but I don't have a source on that, just word of mouth.
I really want to love drones for their sci-fi coolness, but drone operators are a constant source of misery.
At least Brasilia, Brazil's capital was planned, and if I remember well, there wasn't any city/encampment/etc before. Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais' capital was also planned, but I believe it had some sort of settlement there before. So some cities just happen, others are planned, and others Oklahoma I guess :)
And on the Land Run... I believe many parts of New Zealand were populated in the same manner as Oklahoma. Some land was "acquired" from Maori tribes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_New_Zealand
The quotes around acquired are due to the way some land was bought or negotiated. Some times Maori would receive insignificant amounts of money, or in other cases pakeha would use of loopholes, such as a law requiring the land to belong to one person. Then once the land belonged to a person, they would negotiate with him directly. Some more succinct information https://teara.govt.nz/en/land-ownership/page-1
Since they year, people shouting the girl's name has become an integral part of festival culture.
One day, Moon Run and Mars Run? This notion of instant free-for-all “pirate civics” seems to have resonance with ideals of contemporary libertarians.
There’s also Urbit, which to my best understanding is a digital Oklahoma managed by a priest class of computer-scientologists.