Jonathan’s card – an experiment in paying it forward

Katie Hinderer | 24 August 2011
Last week the web was all atwitter with a social experiment that provided free coffee to thousands. Jonathan Stark posted his Starbucks card online, allowing any and everyone to purchase a coffee at their local Starbucks by just flashing the code at the register. The cost of the coffee was taken off Jonathan’s Card.
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