So far there are 15 locations where the postcards will be distributed. Of those, 11 have postcards already sent to them. I will be printing out and mailing more postcards tomorrow.
- California (2)
- New York
- New Zealand
- Texas (2)
Well, I know for sure you’ll be getting one back from AZ in the near future. A friend found one of the cards I planted at our concert tonight. He was going to put it back because he thought maybe it belonged to someone, though I could tell he really wanted to take it. (I also happened to be right next to him when he found it.) Since neither of us were near a computer at the time, I let him know that it was okay to take and please follow the instructions.
I think people here must be afraid of being accused of tampering with mail. I placed one on a floor-indicator sign in a stairwell at work over two weeks ago, and it’s still there. I’ve watched it shift from day to day, and one of the edges has become bent as if from handling so clearly people are grabbing it out of curiousity, but they keep putting it back! I placed it postage-side out, and have been tempted to flip it around but at this point I’m curious to see just how long it stays there. Even the one I left on the nice lady-friend’s counter is still there. (I left her you because I figured she’d recognize the photo and play along.)
Granted, I still have a fair number to distribute but… gah… it’s frustrating!
Maybe I need to go down to 4th Ave. and plant a bunch there. That may be more likely to get a response.
I leave it in your most capable hands Thom. I think it may just be an anomaly. Give it time. I think the returns will start coming.
Well, the card in the stairwell is finally gone. Not sure if it’s been put in the mail or just thrown away by the custodial staff. If I could remember whose photo I put there we’d know for sure. Ah well, I guess that’s all part of the fun, right?
Right on. It’s all one big, multi-variable experiment. Each one that gets returned is a win.
SWITZERLAAAAAAAAND! i’ll so distribute them everywhere 😀