sapphire: Fingers crossed that they don't have to reset it, or at least that they can save at least some of your files.
Oct 28, 2014 21:37:39 GMT -6
sapphire: Ha, no way. The internet, waste time? Never.
Oct 28, 2014 21:36:55 GMT -6
zoomy Zoom: That's for people who think ahead to avoid problems! Ugh. I have been super productive recently, though. Turns out the internet is a huge suck of free time, incredible I know
Oct 28, 2014 1:44:49 GMT -6
zoomy Zoom: Aaaah I know! I think it's a corrupted update but nothing I've tried has worked so far. Luckily it's under warranty but I'm afraid they'll tell me all they can do is reset it completely. I haven't backed anytthing up, of course
Oct 28, 2014 1:42:56 GMT -6
sapphire: Oh, sad. I hope you didn't lose anything on it.
Oct 27, 2014 20:04:16 GMT -6
Zoom can't log in on her phone: Oh guys btw my computer died and I have to get some dominoes in order before I can get it fixed, so I wonn't be around for the next little bit
Oct 27, 2014 2:51:17 GMT -6
Zoom can't log in on her phone: Really stinking hard, is what. I was actually sweating
Oct 27, 2014 2:50:13 GMT -6
Zoom: I did an edition of 28 prints in 3 hours. Went home exhausted and covered in ink. Took a nap. Dreamt about printing. #artschool
Oct 15, 2014 20:10:24 GMT -6
sapphire: October's Swift Scribbles prompt is up here!
Oct 14, 2014 23:02:46 GMT -6
sapphire: Haha, good call.
Oct 11, 2014 23:48:34 GMT -6
Raphael: Actually this is awesome stuff. I am going to start it as a thread.
Oct 10, 2014 19:18:13 GMT -6
sapphire: Hospitals with generators would last a while, but generators die eventually, too. I'd just get my hands on a can opener and stock up on lots and lots of canned goods.
Oct 10, 2014 19:09:59 GMT -6
sapphire: I feel like few people would survive, though, depending on the nature of the disaster that caused all electronics to die. We're far too dependent on that kind of thing. Even our communications.
Oct 10, 2014 19:08:53 GMT -6
sapphire: I love the thought you've put into this. Transportation-wise, I would definitely go for a horse. There are SO MANY that are trained and rideable, and yes you have to feed them and they do die eventually, but you can breed them and they will eat grass/hay.
Oct 10, 2014 19:07:22 GMT -6
Zoom: Okay I'm stopping here. I've seriously spent so much time thinking this out
Oct 10, 2014 12:00:07 GMT -6
Zoom: RADIO. Easy to keep radio going. I can imagine some old dude with time on his hands and a few spare batteries keeping it at it just for kicks and a little hope
Oct 10, 2014 11:59:47 GMT -6
Zoom: Roads are going to be hard to keep clear though. Mountain bikes will be a massive commodity. Eventually as they rust and break horses and mules will take over again
Oct 10, 2014 11:58:49 GMT -6
Zoom: Are they going to be moving around much? I bet I could rig up, if I had some time and help, a human-powered minivan-type-thing with a few bicycles
Oct 10, 2014 11:58:06 GMT -6
Zoom: Solar panels but WOW so hard to fix if they fail. Wind is hard to keep running. Hydro is basically impossible unless you know what you're doing.
Oct 10, 2014 11:57:10 GMT -6
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