By Brian Remer
More than just a way to have fun, play enables us to have a better understanding of what we are doing, a deeper engagement with other people, and a more meaningful way of living. And you don’t have to wait for a day off to have a day of play. Learn more with a review of Ian Bogost’s book Play Anything plus additional ideas about play, an activity, and a 99-Word Story to start things off.
Power Tip: Play is found when we engage with situations, people, and things as we find them rather than how we wish them to be.
Read the February 2017 issue:
In this Issue –
99-Word Story: Amazon – Complain or play, you decide
Discovery: Play Anything – A review of the book by Ian Bogost
Ideas: We Play – Every profession has its playground, toys, and players
Activity: Playing with Constraints – Add meaning by stretching a metaphor