Thursday, January 06, 2011


I mentioned last month in Up Ganymede Without A Paddle that Eli 9.5 had created the most elaborate "fortune teller" I'd ever seen. As it turns out, no, he didn't, because Jeremy Mullendore let me know that what he was using something called MASH that was "invented" in the 1980s. MASH stands for Mansion, Apartment, Shack, and House, and according to the link, it was the "fortune-telling game of pre-teen girls in the 80s."

There are browser versions, plus--believe it or not--an iPhone version.

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