What’s in Your Office Survival Kit?

Relief Society promotes 72-hour survival kits

A lot of unexpected things can happen in the course of a day at the office, so the SimpleProductivityBlog recommends putting together an office survival kit in preparation for the unforeseen. The author’s must-have tools include a sewing kit to mitigate a popped button or tear and a stain remover for those times you bring lunch back with your clothes. The author’s toolkit is rather small, so let’s hear what you would add to the ultimate office survival kit in the comments. While you’re at it, you’ll never be unprepared with a solid go bag . Photo by aokettun .
Source for this subject matter: http://lifehacker.com/392800/whats-in-your-office-survival-kit

Survival kit: Supplies for weathering a disaster

I think they are so important, said Janice Sharp, a counselor for the Relief Society. You watch T.V. and even the government is asking us to be prepared; especially after the tornadoes in Oklahoma. And these 72-hour kits can help sustain you. On Tuesday, the group met to go through the essentials that make up a 72-hour survival kit as Sharp dissected the contents of a few bug-out backpacks, which allow preparations to become more mobile if you have to evacuate your home. Contents included basic food and water supplies, three bottles of water, hard candy, granola bars and ready-to-eat meals, including military MREs. Its good to make sure you like whats in your bag, said Sharp. You can customize your bag. Along with emergency ponchos, flash lights, batteries, hand sanitizer, bandages, duct tape, blankets and basic medical supplies.
See the source information on this page: http://www.myplainview.com/news/article_c98ea50e-0a91-11e3-858b-0019bb2963f4.html

TNW Pick of the Day: The Animator’s Survival Kit is a spellbinding iPad app for budding animators

b8 730x547 TNW Pick of the Day: The Animators Survival Kit is a spellbinding iPad app for budding animators

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The workers who asked not to be identified by name said there had been a run on ice purchases due to Hurricane Sandy and they were stocking up in anticipation of more demand in the coming days. (Damon Dahlen, AOL) Car Crash Due To Power Outage The power outage in Lower Manhattan due to Hurricane Sandy has created a gauntlet of dangerous street intersections as can be seen by this car accident at the Houston and Varick Street crossing on Friday Nov. 2, 2012. (Damon Dahlen, AOL) Car Crash Due To Power Outage The power outage in Lower Manhattan due to Hurricane Sandy has created a gauntlet of dangerous street intersections as can be seen by this car accident at the Houston and Varick Street crossing on Friday Nov. 2, 2012. (Damon Dahlen, AOL) Clean Drinking Water Pedestrians fill up on water at a drinking station that had been setup at the corner of Centre and Canal Streets in Chinatown on Friday Nov. 2, 2012. The stations use water from fire hydrants and have been erected due to the blackout caused by Hurricane Sandy in Lower Manhattan. (Damon Dahlen, AOL) Trash Picking In Chinatown A pedestrian looks through discarded food near a supermarket located at Henry and Market Streets in Chinatown New York on Friday Nov.
This report originates via one of my own favorite blogs: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/05/survival-kit-natural-disaster_n_2078505.html

Survival Kit: What You Need To Pack For A Natural Disaster

You can also watch the spellbinding animation from the intro screen again, if you so wish. Silent Film, for example, is a 45-second skit featuring famous faces from silent movies all morphing into each other. Behind the scenes Williams, through Faber and Faber, enlisted the help of Agant , a UK-based app development firm, to produce The Animators Survival Kit. And its clear from our initial dabblings a lot of work has gone into making it as beautiful as it is. The near-900MB size may require you to shift some other apps or music from your iPad, but if youre a budding animator with a spare $35, you wont regret it. Its also worth mentioning that youll need more than 900MB to install the app when I tried to download it, with 1.6GB spare on my iPad, it said there was insufficient room. It seems likely that during the installation process, it needs to download an additional zipped file, decompress all of the individual book page files and animation files, and move them all into place, which requires more space. At least, thats what Dave Addey, Managing Director at Agant, hypothesizes. The app may be huge, but its all self-contained no Internet is required to access the animations and videos. We were determined to keep everything onboard in the app, so that you can use it instantly and responsively wherever you may be, regardless of network conditions, says Addey. The app is a professional tool for working animators, so it needs to work no matter what the network conditions are in the studio, he continues.
This information is founded on: http://thenextweb.com/apps/2013/04/29/richard-williams-the-animators-survival-kit-is-a-masterpiece/

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