I used the new ~$80 Android Galaxy A03 which I bought from a Target store yesterday to take photographs of my most recent driver’s license, uploaded those images to Instagram (using the Wi-Fi provided by my older Android phone (which has a severely damaged screen (to the extent that typing was impractical) with both camera lens visibly cracked and such that that photographs were blurred and diluted of color saturation and, also, the charging port was so damaged that the USB-C charging cable has to be kept pinned at a precise angle in order for the phone to charge)), downloaded those two Instagram posts using a free online Instagram photo downloader, deleted those Instagram posts, renamed those downloaded Instagram images to karlina_beringer_driver_license_front_09_april_2023.jpeg and karlina_beringer_driver_license_back_09_april_2023.jpeg, uploaded those images to the public GitHub repository associated with the chapter which this journal entry is a part of, and uploaded those image to Wise when ordering a replacement Wise debit card (which can be used for international currency exchanges). Tomorrow when the AT&T customer service call centers are open, I intend to call them in order to set up my new phone. Finally, I intend to dispose of my old phone at a local electronic waste recycling center.
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