June 4, Dating Game

Short Games

1. Take yourself out.
2. Treat yourself to a dinner and a movie.
3. Walk yourself home.
4. Stand in front of the mirror.
5. Lean in for the kiss.
6. Stop at the last second and back off
7. Go to bed alone.
8. Cry yourself to sleep.
9. Send a text to yourself saying:
Last night was great, but I don’t think this will work out.
10. Score yourself based on what you text back.

May 26, Weathering Game

Short Games

1. Fight your urge to run,
but don’t hide it
2. Kiss your worries goodbye,
but don’t let go of them.
3. Spend your last penny,
but not on anyone else’s thoughts.
4. Come to the end of your rope,
but don’t stop there.
5. Bite the cheek, the collarbone, the wrist,
but not the dust.
6. Hang in there.
7. Hang in there.
8. Hang in there.

May 18, Quixotic Game

Short Games

1. Stop your whining.
2. Go downtown.
3. Make a scene at your cable provider’s office.
4. Throw a pie in your landlord’s face.
5. Start fights with the government.
6. Spend four days coming up with a name for your awesome ride.
7. Keep it all up until the wheels come off.
8. Keep going without wheels.
9. Give your ride a proper burial and then abandon it.
10. Go back home, recover, die. Simple as that.

April 29, Sampling Game

Short Games

1. Cordon off the time and space surrounding you .
2. Call it HERE and NOW (forever).
3. Write a story about time and space behind you.
4. Call it THEN and THERE.
5. Read your story out loud.
in the general direction of the THEN and THERE.
that’s racing toward you.
6. Stop right as all your THENs and THEREs.
collide with your HERE and NOW.
7. Sample any note that lingers in the air
immediately after the explosion
and use it to make a song.
8. Play the song for no one.
9. Score yourself
and your former selves
and your future selves
based on their opinions
about each other
at any given moment.

April 27, Groundhog’s Game

Short Games

1. Get up. It’s time to make this day count.
1. Get up. It’s time to make this day count.
1. Get pup. It’s time to make this day count.
1. Get pup. It’s time to make this day, Count.
1. Pet pup. It’s time to make this day, Count.
1. Pet pup, it’s time to make this day. Count.
1. Pet pup, it’s time to fake this day. Cunt!
1. Pet pup, it’s time to fake this day. Can’t!
1. Pet, stop! With time you fake this day, Kent!
1. Wet slob! With time you’ll fake this way: ”Breeent!”

April 24, Aging Game

Short Games

1. Shake it, baby.
2. Get up to get down, kid.
3. Twirl, and twirl, and twirl, girl.
4. Dance to the music, woman.
5. Wave ’em in the air like you just don’t care, lady.
6. Can’t stop, can’t stop, can’t stop, can’t stop.
7. ”Can’t stop”, or “won’t stop”?
8. Don’t stop ’til you reach the top, yo.
9. Do stop once you reach the top, though.
10. Give away your last waltz.

April 22, Maker Game

Short Games

(Day) 1. Innovate the shit out of stuff
until sparks fly and you can call it ”lux”.
Remember, DIY or DIE!
(Day) 2. Sky and cloud services are where it’s at.
Make it, break it, and then rebuild.
(Day) 3. Biodiversity or land masses;
they probably need a revolutionary intervention.
Stop, go, turn it around. It’s all good.
(Day) 4. On the clock, 24/7.
Spread fire and collect it until it lives its own life.
Be proud of what just one person can achieve.
(Day) 5. Feathers for feathers.
Self-replication is not a distant fantasy
if you reach out and grab it.
Revolutionize, optimize, but above all:
personalize.
(Day) 6. Human is out, post-human is in.
This will soon change.
Think it, and it’s possible
— make it and it’s reality.
(Day) 7. Take a break.
Just sit back, relax, and,
you know,
check Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and LinkedIn and G+ and a couple of IRCs and Slack and Sina Weibo and Diaspora and tumblr and Vine and Meetup and BaseCamp and ask.fm and YouTube and Flickr or whatever.