[ExI] Singularity card game

Adrian Tymes wingcat at pacbell.net
Wed May 27 22:20:38 UTC 2009

A friend of mine has been making some serious inquiries about possibly
doing a Singularity-themed card game, as an educational tool to help
people (primarily high school students, or equivalent educational
level) get a better grasp of this concept and how, in general, technology
is progressing and could progress.  (Target audiences include science and
social teachers, as an aid to help them explain today's world, as well as
anyone who's getting tired of re-explaining the Singularity and wants to
be able to demonstrate why, for example, "just say no to technology" does
not work.)  Pursuant to this, it has been wondered whether the Extropy
Institute and/or any related groups might like to market this game,
assuming we find a publisher.

The game will be under development until a publisher is found.  That
most definitely includes marketing about the game (what exactly we say
the game is, potential sales venues, et al).  With that disclaimer,
anyone potentially interested in helping to promote this, please get in
contact with me offlist.

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