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"What's the best song for getting through a 24-hour hackathon?"
Get ready to slash your friends with your superior musical taste. Battle to a bloody musical death against your friends. Only one Song Ninja will survive.
In SongJitsu, a room of players is created, which is comprised of known or unknown warriors. All participating Song Ninjas are asked a question (see above), and they must provide their most lethal song submission as an answer.
Participating Ninjas lie in wait, as their foes' songs populate the screen. From the results, Ninjas must vote on the best song, but they cannot vote on their own for the sake of honor. They may seek assistance in casting their vote for the best song by first listening to the soul-soothing beats of their opponents.
After all votes are cast, one Ninja is proclaimed the winner of that round (K.O.). The losing warriors will have a chance to reclaim their honor in the next round.
Through the many battles, the Ninja will discover tunes he never heard of in his humble village of New York.
May the wisest, most nimble-minded Ninja win.
Losing weight is the #1 New Year's resolution people make -- but 92% of people give up or fail each year. However, studies have shown that social accountability is the key to staying motivated in reaching fitness goals. Social accountability comes in two forms: positive reinforcement -- and shame.
GymShamer tracks your Foursquare check-ins at the gym, and shames you to your entire social network via Twitter, Facebook, email, etc. if you don't go as often as you say you will. The worst offenders in your social network are highlighted on the Wall of Shame in order to further degrade them (and therefore, motivate them to work out -- even if only to salvage their broken dignity).
Also, Volkan Unsal is the second team member on this project -- having issues adding him through the HL site.