TETHER How it works Case Study: Stephanie Wiggity wack Unicorns! Stephanie gets lunch every Wednesday or so with Jill. Tether records this time and gives recommendations about surrounding areas as related to their “pulls” as it’s a repetitive action Stephanie sleeps at home in the mission. Tether measures 8 hours a day. More time spent somewhere automatically creates more “pull” for Tether. Stephanie takes the same bus daily around 6:10. Tether knows this from repetitive “pulls” from a 5 day week. It then gives bus times whenever she checks in. Jill, Stephanie’s friend sends various status updates that aggregates to Stephanie’s phone. Stephanie will now know how wack a club is as she passes it.