At some point last year I designed a game for escalators and undergrounds, where being offline is enforced. You can still find pieces of it here and here. Then I found this quote and made something new:
"The best bet for the next thing would be for something to emerge from the Occupy movement: less concerned about music and clothing, more concerned about politics; less concerned about differentiating yourself from the people around you, more concerned about working with them; less concerned about status, more concerned about social change; less ironic, more earnest"
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I wanted to play a game with my phone, watching it try to reconnect to the internet as I travelled up the escalator at Angel, where being disconnected was the reason to play. I ended up trying to build a game out of the Paris metro, because it's so much more beautiful than the London Underground. I failed.
Whatever the mainstream realisation of the Occupy movement turns out to be, I want it to happen. So here's a simpler version of that game attached to an idea about the value of being offline. If you want to Occupy Offline, then go here (on a mobile) and try to leave the internet behind.