We’re wrapping up an excellent Hack Week, and we’re all feeling genuinely inspired by the great projects the team came up with. Here’s a sneak peek, check out what TJ did: he hooked up an Arduino to the internet, and to a landline phone. When he answers the phone, it starts a timer in Harvest for “Phone Support,” and when he hangs up, it stop his timer. It’s the first Harvest time tracking robot!
Sent to us by a Harvest customer, they decided to dress up as Harvest for Halloween — under the logo, the shirt reads: “I know what you did last summer.” Thank you, Missing Cloud Ltd., for sharing your amazing Halloween costume.
In honor of Patrick’s birthday, we asked him to Call Us Maybe. Filmed on location in New York City, Lemgo (Germany), Pennsylvania, Mayne Island (Canada), California, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, and Vermont. Special cameo appearance by Front Studio. Patrick is currently in Portland, Oregon, and we miss him so bad, we miss him so so bad.
Our World Clock Project is back in action, thanks to some improved code work by our intern, Anthony!
We’ve set out to collect as many pictures of clocks as possible from as many different people as possible from around the world. Our goal is to gather enough pictures to account for all the minutes of the day.
Got any clocks you think should be on our site? Tag your photo with the appropriate time (e.g. 5:35) and then add your photo to the World Clock Project Flickr Pool - it’s that easy to join in the fun!
A photo from behind enemy lines (spot the Harvesters in the orange and black shirts, across the gym!). Our first game of dodgeball resulted in a big win for Harvest last night! Was a fun game against the Etsy Yarnbombers, and we’re looking forward to next week’s game.