I was able to mid-direct 14 people at Kennedy Space Center today. It was very easy to do since most of the people there are not looking where they are going, and just looking upwards at the rockets and whatnot. I did not want to be rude and get right in front o someone, but many times I was bumped into, and the person would look around, seeming somewhat confused.
If you are viewing this blog well after the first post, you will be lost. Every few days throughout 2009, David Horvitz posts a task of some kind on his blog for his readers to complete. I am attempting to complete as many of them as I can. They range from simple things, such as mailing an empty envelope, to far more challenging and almost impossible tasks such as turning off all of the lights at a major intersection.
The link to this blog can be found in many random places, such as on dollar bills, post its on light posts, fliers stuck to your car, written on walls. If you have come across this blog from any place aside from StumbleUpon, let me know. Email, twitter, comment. Thumbs up.
To view all of the posts associated with a certain mission, look below in the tags and pick the mission.
"DO SOMETHING EVERYDAY, REGARDLESS. NOTHING WILL HAPPEN UNLESS YOU FIRST INITIATE A PROCESS OF CAUSE AND EFFECT. THIS STARTS WITH AN ACTION. REAWAKEN THE POSSIBILITY OF POSSIBILITY. REAWAKEN IT WITH PLAY." -David Horvitz
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