This is a game for our time. I play it on New York and Boston subways, but you can play it anywhere everybody in a crowd is staring at their personal rectangle.
I call it Rectangle Bingo.
Here’s how you play. At the moment when everyone is staring down at their personal rectangle, you shoot a pano of the whole scene. Nobody will see you because they’re not present: they’re absorbed in rectangular worlds outside their present space/time.
Then you post your pano somewhere search engines will find it, and hashtag it #RectangularBingo.
Then, together, we’ll think up some way to recognize winners.
Originally published at blogs.harvard.edu on January 21, 2019.