User Story: September 13, 2011
I downloaded your app this morning after having gone to a Chip Coffey show in Montreal last night. He used your app to get some pretty neat results. I had turned it on as I was at my kids’ daycare this morning, and got a few blips… but the words that popped up were really interesting and can be interpreted as really, really relevant:
“brought” – the kids are brought to the daycare
“guard” – the educators do watch or guard the kids in a sense
“rough” – as they are babies and toddlers, it can be some days, and this was said just as 3 of the kids were fighting over a toy.
“organized” – the room is very organized into sections of cognitive, or fine motor skill areas, sand, paint areas
and then it said “opposite” which i didn’t really chalk up to much, but then one of the volunteers was saying that on a magnetic toy she was using, she was unable to stick the opposite magnetic poles of the piece together…
A few more reading around he same building included (and let’s not forget this is a university, specifically the student association/orientation building)
First word said
Major – well it is on ppl’s minds 🙂
Learn – good place for it
Windows – actually I was sitting next to wall to wall 20feet tall windows
Hard- well school isn’t easy
And a bunch of country or city names, Japan, Australia, Rome etc… But there are students from all over.
Suffice to say I upgraded to the .99 cent app 🙂 . Say what you will- seems pretty darned relevant to me.