When kids arrive at camp, most of them haven’t got a clue of what it took to get them there. For parents, choosing a camp is nearly a full-time job as a Camp Intelligence Agent. They open 20 tabs on their browsers, scan through the “About Us” blurbs, the camp’s Facebook page is open on screen two, reviews on screen three, and a group chat with other parents on screen four. Once they’ve done sufficient due diligence (a few phone calls with Camp Directors, endless consultations with parental advisory committees, and finally the executive decision has been reached with the Board of Children), they dive into Phase 2: The Registration Process. This phase requires filling out at least two and sometimes six different forms, attaching photocopies of this and scans of that, until they finally receive a confirmation e-mail with the instructions for the next mission, Phase 3: The Send-Off. All the while, camps are going through the same thing: E-mails are pouring in, the printer is over-heating, Staff are highlighting, stapling, filing, and typing at light speed to enter everything into "The Spreadsheet" and, you haven’t seen the office floor in weeks because every inch of it is covered with forms, files, and coffee mugs.