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November 14, 2012 7:29 PM Subscribe
Hit me with your best asynchronous communication tips, games, tools & tricks.
posted by deludingmyself to human relations (7 answers total) 23 users marked this as a favorite
Ten years ago, friends and I cut digital snowflakes on Make-A-Flake
and send them to each other. Today, I play DrawSomething and Words With Friends. This thread
about a long distance romantic relationship spent a long time talking about mail and big gesture-y things. I'm looking for the opposite - because a) the recipients would (mostly) be friends, and b) there's an income disparity, so I don't want to be showering them with stuff.
I'm aware of Zynga (and other) chess, but that's kinda more complicated that what I'm looking for. So... what are some fun, cheap, asynchronous things (either digital or physical) that you do/share/send with geographically distant friends, family members, or lovers?