Wednesday, October 15, 2008


This destroyed an imac, a macbook, 6 external harddrives totalling 2 terabytes, a digital camera, a printer, a scanner, a router, a modem, countless cables, a dv deck, 4 surge protectors, 2 sets of speakers, a subwoofer, photos, drawings, sketchbooks, a half finished cell animation, files, papers, every song i ever recorded, every video project from college, every digital picture we ever took, every program we ever pirated, and dirtied everything else.


sensleman said...

jesus christ. I am so sorry man... That is ultimate nightmare situation 101 type shit. I know you are not thinking along these lines right now but if you ever want to come grab some of the music and movies I have backed up you are more than welcomed.

Again, I feel your pain.

Manoj Sharma said...

HP Digital Camera Care: advices that attention should be paid to batteries:
-'Do not expose batteries to temperatures above 110 degrees F (43 degrees C). For example, leaving batteries in your car in the hot summer sun can result in permanent damage. Your best bet is to store them in a place that’s cool and dry.
- Do not overcharge the batteries.
- Do recharge your batteries before or after long-term storage. Batteries discharge over time, and if not recharged they may leak and corrode the camera.
- Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types.
Camera accessory

Falcon Steele said...

WOW! thanks manoj!