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G-Technology joins Into Tomorrow this week to talk about preparing for a natural disaster:
Natural disasters are an unfortunate reality. But you can prepare yourself so you don’t lose that important data. Ken Higgins with G-Technology tells us how.
Are you prepared for the next natural disaster? Whether it’s a category 5 hurricane or a firestorm, you can expect a tremendous amount of tragedy and loss. Under evacuation orders, it’s hard to know what to take with you. Photos are the most ‘priceless’ when surveyed and now that we’re in the digital age, this means having a good backup strategy so you can easily grab all your important photos and data on an external hard drive kept in a 72 hour emergency survival bag by the door… you do have one, right?
Dave and Chris shared apps they’ve been playing with:
Regular listeners know that I am not a Gamer, but some friends tell me that this is a fun waste of time …. Taps is a neat little puzzle game. Players start with two boards. The goal is to tap spaces on one board to match it with the other board. Each tap adds one to the tile you tap along with the adjacent tiles. Early levels are fairly easy. However, apparently it does get more difficult with time. The game features 400 levels, custom games, various difficulty levels, and leaderboards. It’s not a deep game, but it has plenty of stuff to do. It’s FREE in the Google Play Store, but the paid version removes advertising and costs $2.49.
Timberman is an old-style arcade game where you have to chop down a tree. Even the graphics in this game emulate the 8-bit graphics of those old games. You have a lumberjack standing at the bottom of a tree and the idea is to chop as much of the tree down as you can before time runs out. Watch out for the branches! there are branches on each side of the tree that get lower each time you chop and you have to move out of the way before they hit you. Once they do, your character disappears and is replaced by a headstone. If you think it’s easy, I challenge you to download the free app and try it. It’s one of those that makes you so mad that you can’t get far, that you have to keep trying.