If you ever anything like me, it doesn’t matter how interesting a speaker is, sometimes your mind does wonder during a presentation. Or you may have a moment or two of downtime between parts of the day.
If this happens to you – try these games. Please note you dont have to be at a Christian Media conference for many of these games to actually work.
Try and work out the percentage of Mac to Windows laptops in any given room.
Congratulate anyone using a Linux operating system.
Compare avatars to actual faces. Does anyone really look like their avatar?
Do those premier signs still have photos of various cathedrals on them? If so try and work out which city each one is found in.
Spot if anyone is sulking because they didn’t get a wifi slot.
Tell @DigitalNun that she is by far the coolest nun you’ve come across.
Encourage the conference presenter to organise a Mexican wave in the main lecture hall – via The Twitterfall
How many vicars are there in the room? / How many vicars are there in disguise?
Play hunt the person you want to meet up with, via clues on Twitter. Love the fact he greats you like an old friend.
Count the amount of gadgets.
For the record – these games were made up on the train journey home, not during any presentations!!!
*The Church Sofa team are not responsible for any odd looks or people questioning your sanity if you do try any of the above out.