I’m pretty sure that if you’re reading this blog post, you’re doing so with a reasonably operable computer. (Or you know someone with a reasonably operable computer who prints out the KEA Blog posts for you.)
You can probably also guess that we are also using computers to write these posts and place them on the internets for your perusal. What you might not know, however, is that the computers in our KEA offices are increasingly less operable. Or, decreasingly operable, if you prefer. Either way, they’re making noises and giving us error messages that we don’t understand except to back up our work to “the cloud” every couple of minutes. We’re afraid that they’re one minor power surge away from being e-waste.
Anyway. We’re letting you know this insider information in the off chance that you have a computer that is definitely operable that you could donate to KEA. We need to run office stuff and database stuff and internet stuff, so it needs to have some sufficiently modern amenities. If you don’t have a computer, we have set up a “buy KEA a new computer” account for online donations. Assuming, of course, we can still get online to process them.
While at least one of the computers is still working, here’s thanks in advance for any help you can provide.