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posted by bro lyx on July 16th, 2011 11:09 AM

This comment, in the context of dancing, so strongly reminded me of a game by Jane McGonigal which she describes in her awesome book "Reality is Broken"* and still can be found online: Top Secret Dance Off
The idea is to make people dance by turning dancing into an multiplayer online game that works somewhat like sf0. There are tasks, and every player has to create a "game character" that must wear at least one piece of disguise. It is for fun, and to let people feel more confident about doing possibly awkward things. Why does Jane want to make people dance? Because to move to music is making you happy! :)
* recommended reading

posted by bro lyx on July 16th, 2011 10:35 AM

Upon taking sight of this praxis, I immediately began thinking about how to color pancakes in all the colors of the rainbow without using artificial food coloring.
I tried the following ingredients:
- Red peppers (+ some tomatoes) for Red
- Bottled baby carrots for Orange
- Banana + turmeric for Yellow
- Spinach for Green
- Fresh blueberries for Blue
- Bottled blueberries for Violet
You can see more pictures by clicking on this one:
rainbow pancakes!
Making those pancakes was astonishingly easy and fun. I made dough out of flour and rice milk, but with all the liquid coloring ingredients I also could just have added flour to them and have my dough. And in the end, it even tasted good. :)

posted by bro lyx on April 18th, 2010 10:56 AM

Ahh, this makes me so very hungry!

posted by bro lyx on March 7th, 2010 11:17 AM

WOW, this is outstanding! Needs More Votes!

posted by bro lyx on February 24th, 2010 12:54 PM

Dear Peter Harmon,
I truly believe that you, indeed, are yourself.
This is overwhelming.
- lyx