Welcoming October on the 18th? Why not.
I guess it’s better late than never. I did post this doodle on my Facebook and thought of maybe posting it here since it’s a doodle anyways. See, this is what I do with my planner, I doodle them with something. Anything out of the blue. There’s more to it, I’ll be posting it soon!
Today’s a good day! It’s a windy hot day right now and it’s a great day to play outside with friends or stroll around the park. I wouldn’t let this chance pass me so I’ll be spending my day outside with my dog. And then the rest?
- Finish doodling a ukulele
- clean my bedroom and vacuum the living room
- is this a to do list? I think not.
- So, I better get off now.
DAY 133: Shared a Starbucks card.
Has you heard of Jonathan’s Card? It was a social experiment involving a shared social card. A guy named Jonathan wanted to see if the world could share a Starbucks card. Starbucks has this app where you can scan your Starbucks card barcode from your phone, and use it to purchase drinks. He save this photo on his phone and shared it with the world. He then invited people to share the card by saving the photo on the phone, and scanning it at the till to purchase a drink (for free). He also invited people to reload the card.
This was a social experiment to see whether people give or take more.
Then some hacker came along and figured out how to transfer all the money in the card to his own Starbucks card. What a jerk. (But this was probably bound to happen sometime).
Anyway, I wanted a way to thank all the Project Three Six Five Facebook/Twitter supporters so I bought a Starbucks card. I then registered it with a Starbucks account and opened it with the Starbucks app, which generated a barcode. I shared this barcode with the Facebook/Twitter world, inviting people to buy a coffee on me. (Note: there was only $10 on there to begin with since I am a broke student). As of March 9th (10 am), there is still $2.70 left on it.