This tool will periodically pop up mythic style events (or generic meta-statements about the fiction) based on nothing more than random time intervals, ranging between 5 and 10 minutes. You're meant to just start writing and wait for the "GM" to interrupt your flow with some new information.
It might be a little hokey, but what had come to mind at the time (long time ago) was that oracle tools like the Mythic GME generally require you to engage them before they do anything (even in their electronic form). Real GMs, however, do all kinds of stuff without the need for you to 'poke' them first (to borrow a Facebook idiom). This might be integrated into a full blown oracle at some point.
Click this link for some advice on using this tool. I hope you enjoy using it!
Play fast and loose with the interpretations, and treat the keywords as optional inspiration. Give yourself no more than one or two minutes to interpret what the tool throws at you. Ignore input that you can't interpret in this time, or place it into a 'backlog' bucket to take care of it at a later time. You can look at the 'backlog' each time a new event comes up, and handle them together as you see fit.
Feedback in the form of impressions and suggestions on making this tool better is appreciated. Let me know what you like, what you don't like (e.g. are the random time intervals too long? Too short?), and what you would change (would you rewrite some of the directives? Some of the keywords?).
This is yet another take on the Mythic GME's idea of random events that throw the player twists that they must incorporate into their game. The Mythic GM works as usual, with the twist that now events will come up without any input from the player (i.e. no interaction with the fate chart, or whatever).