Brisbane 2011 floods spark idea portable flood reading drifters would need.
Walking to work the day after last year’s floods had brought out the worst fears, I didn’t know what to expect. I hadn’t been through anything like it myself until I was laid off, and as a writer I wanted my work to be unique. I was a bit nervous too – because of my past experience with it.
But it’s not always like that; this is my first ever experience with a mobile device, after all. And so when I got there with my new iPhone 3G just as it was starting to flood on Wednesday morning, I took off my waterproof phone and started the experience: watching it fill up. I did get a little thirsty, but not for long. And by the time I returned to my car at about midnight, my water had been purged.
I can’t blame my mobile phone for getting in the way. When I’m not writing or teaching, it can get cluttered; even if I’m not thinking about the content of my work, my eyes are on my phone’s screen. In바카라사이트 that regard it’s great, because on-the-go, with my new screen size, I don’t get the chance to read books or write essays as many other writers do. And it also gets in the way, of course: the tablet isn’t the place where your brain needs to be, and what can I say? I was in a hurry.
What I also like is that I can’t even tell I’m reading this. When my iPad was flooded a couple of times as I walked along the highway during the floods last year, I felt like I was actually reading; so long as that text was not overflowing the screen I wasn’t having 우리카지노any trouble seeing it. But that device isn’t waterproof, and even if it were I would lose the writing if it was ever damaged.
Then I switched to an Android tablet: the latest version of Google’s software – on which my experience is based – and things were great! My new device could read my texts right up to 30 characters or so, without ever draining the battery.
I didn’t have any issues with the quality of the battery, though. I don’t particularly need the latest version of the Android 4.4.2, and can use a lot of apps now on my ne바카라w tablet – just like my old one.
So, yeah, my new Apple iPhone 3GS has proved to be pretty resilient. I was almost surprised it actually manage