Tuesday, August 24, 2010

This blog is old and not active.

Don't waste your time reading this blog. I may repurpose this blog in the future.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Person number six.

Nick of Manassas, VA will be the 6th person involved in the project. Hurray for Nick. I will be sending his address to person number 5 very soon.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

The project is still alive but...

The adapter is being shipped this week to person number three, Taylor. I kinda wish things were moving faster, but it is totally out of my hands. People mail it when the have time to mail it I guess.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Persons numbers 4 and 5!

Person number 4 is Eric from Columbus Ohio. Welcome to the fold Eric!

Person number 5 is Dante from Ottawa, Ontario Canada. Since he lives in Canada I am letting Eric decide whether or not to mail the adapter to him, after all he is the one who has to pay for shipping and stuff.

In other news, the adapter is on its way to Khanh right now who I sometimes call person number 2. So yeah. That is the latest goings on with the project. Stay tuned for sports!

Monday, December 18, 2006

Frappr map time!

Well I tried making a Frappr map and posting it here but I have realized that Frappr sucks. If you know of a better map site thingy let me know.

I want to:

1. Add markers to the map to signify were the memory card adapter has been and where it is going.
2. I want to be the only one that can add markers to the map.

That is all. And Frappr can't do that for me apparently.

Friday, December 15, 2006

Our second and third participants have come forth!

Person number 2 is Khanh who resides in Oviedo, FL. I have asked Rashean to send the adapter to him as soon as he can.

Person number three is Taylor from Chattanooga, TN. I will send word to Khanh to ship the item to Taylor once he is ready.

Monday, December 11, 2006

The adaptor is in the mail!

The memory card adapter is in the mail and it is on the way to Rashean! Huzzah!

I sent the adaptor inside its box in a DVD case sized USPS padded envelope for only $1.35!
Apparently the fee might increase depending on how far you are gonna send it, but I don't think
it will be over $1.50 even if you have to send it to the opposite side of the country.

Hurray for the United States Postal Service!

I told the USPS employee who helped me about the project and he thought that it was a great idea and that I was a very creative and nice person for doing this. Ego +3!