Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Trading Secrets

At two (or more) sites, a small booth containing a computer terminal is prepared. Participants are invited to enter the booth and share a secret. Once they leave the space, they see a secret projected onto the booth — but not theirs. It is a secret typed by a participant at the other location. But onlookers do not know this, and associate the label with the person who last entered the booth.

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