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Play Team B

Invention and play have alot in common. For the game we came up with game that is garunteed to make you laugh and can be played anywhere.

Ryan Gallucci

on 10 February 2011

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Transcript of Play Team B

Play Dan Pink describes in chapter
8 how to improve your ability
to engage in humor and games.

Play: the ability to engage in humor and games. Pink emphasizes laughter clubs (p. 194) and touches on digital games as a powerful economic product (p. 183). Cities are a locus for play--in the form of festivals, artistic events, music, performance, theater, and in the flow of humanity on any urban street (for example, Florida (2002)). Play, beyond its ability to spark human feelings, is a valuable economic product in the form of mass media and Internet-based entertainment. Dan Pink mentions in his
book that "Play" seems like it
is only for kids.But it isnt
because we forget to apply these
ideas to our everyday lives to
our day and/or workplace a
better place. Dan Pink quotes
"Play - we all know what play is:
the problem here is that once we
grow up, we forget to include this
essential human aptitude in our work." Instructions
1.Players sit in a circle, making sure they can see everyone else. One player who is It starts the game by smiling widely, while all the other players are somber. It then uses his hand to wipe the smile off his face and throw it to another player who has to catch the smile with his hand and put it on.
2.This new It can then wipe off the smile to throw to someone else -- though he will probably choose to mug wildly at everyone for a few minutes before relinquishing his happy role. Meanwhile, all other players must sit stone-faced. One smirk and they're out. So for our game we came up
with a game that makes people
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