(Business) Day 3: We're Over 1,000 Signatories!!!
Dec 10, 2018 —
Click. Clack. Can you hear that? It’s the sound of change being made. Or, in this case, I suppose, the sound of change not being made. But that’s sort of a change itself in a world of perpetual change, no?
Moving on, I logged on this weekend to find us with more than 400, then more than 600, then 900, and now more than 1,000 people who have put their names to the cause. That's incredible organic progress. Still, and not to be a downer, but I think we will need to reach into the tens of thousands to actually have a case to bring to Amtrak. I'm weirdly confident that's doable, though??? Share on Facebook.
There were more absolutely brilliant messages from our signers. This is the best part of doing this (except for eventually saving the sign):
"If technology needs to be updated and visibility needs to be address for ADA compliance Oat Foundry can absolutely help with updating the software & hardware. They are a Philadelphia based company filled with good people," writes "Evan Cantiello" (Oat Foundry, if you're here, it's cool if you just say it).
Tracci Quartermaine has a message for you Amtrak whippersnappers, "I like to watch and listen to the flippy board, this type of board has been at 30th St train station all my life and I am 63 years young, please do not remove the board Amtrak." Listen to the people, Amtrak.
From signatory Andrea Hitt, "The sign is The Sign... clickety-clackety, clickety-clackety forever."
Clickety-clackety, clickety-clackety, forever and ever,
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