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Like Zaarly, it is a local network that allows users to post and complete tasks in their neighborhoods. Think Craigslist and Twitter mushed together. TaskRabbit was founded by Leah Busque in 2008. It raised $5 million last spring and was featured on the ABC Nightly News as a solution for America's job crisis. COMMUNITY STIMULUS: Local Currency + Barter Networks as Social and Economic Drivers. BEAHIVE [Beacon]291 Main Street - BeaconDetails Map Data Map data ©2014 Google COMMUNITY STIMULUS: Local Currency + Barter Networks as Social and Economic Drivers Sat, Oct 22, 2011 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM BEAHIVE [Beacon]
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It's part of a radical experiment in sharing that's teaching us something about mobile money in the process. "It's been extremely uplifting," Jonathan Stark tells GOOD. About one month ago, Stark posted the barcode image for his personal Starbucks card online, for anyone to use. Surprisingly, it still has money on it. Lessons From the End of the Free Starbucks Card Experiment (UPDATED) - Business. Starbucks has put an end to a the Jonathan's Card free coffee bonanza, citing concerns about fraud.
As we reported last week, mobile app developer Jonathan Stark accidentally kicked off a massive experiment in collective consumption and mobile currency when he made his Starbucks card available for anyone to use or fund. Stark's project may be over, but it's inspired the community he created to carry on its legacy through new communal cards and other good deeds.
"This proved that people are generally good," Stark tells GOOD. “Way more people involved, from a person by person basis, did the right thing. " Sharing Is Common Cents.