The clever chaps at Boing Boing, The Institute for the Future and Sun Microsystems have launched a thing called Digital Open, a technology competition for youngsters. Not entirely sure what the remit was, but it was happily won by this young Aussie fellow, who came up with the concept of sneaky cards.
It’s a game where you have to get a card into someone’s pocket without them noticing (putpocketing), the cards have a set of daft instructions on them, and then they have to offload it on someone else. If you’re feeling particularly generous you can even do it with cash, like these Australian comedians below. (What is it about Australia? Why are you trying to stick stuff in people’s pockets now? I think we should be told).
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