Yours truly heard evidence and deliberated at length with a jury of her peers in a breach-of-contract lawsuit. It was a lot like a really great game of Mafia, and I can highly recommend the experience.
I love our posthuman future. I want a heads-up display that tells me what I’m looking at, a radar sense of objects around me, and an internet hookup in my brain. In the meantime, I’m interested in smaller mechanical ways to give additional senses. The classic example of this, for me, is a magnet in
Carrotmob is exactly the sort of thing I think the flash mob community should grow into. It creates a strange scene, but does so in a way that directs resources for positive change. In this case, getting a flash mob of people to show up and buy something from the store committing the most money
Or “Who needs pants, anyway?” I’m sort of torn between posting things that I love and have known about for a long time, and things that are new and topical. Improv Everywhere is both. They’re an amazing…”experience generation collective” is the best phrase I can come up with. They create strange occurrences in the middle