New York Music Daily Needs a Computer
On April 16, 2015 New York Music Daily experienced a total system meltdown, resulting in the loss of an entire mp3 library along with some other stuff including the ongoing editorial calendar (yes, this blog actually tries to follow a pretty rigorous schedule). What is clear is that even if everything is restored to something approaching normal, there’s no way this blog can function without a new computer.
Do you or someone you know have a used laptop that’s just gathering dust? Would you be willing to donate it or sell it for cheap to this blog? Send an email to lucidculture [at] gmail [dot] com and let’s talk about it. And please feel free to spread the word, text all your friends, let all your peeps know.
Will this blog keep on going, crash or no crash? You bet your bottom dollar. We’re going to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat…and maybe you, or someone you know, can help.
Why isn’t all this up on a kickstarter or gofundme page instead of here? Because everybody else does that, and this blog is different. What’s more, this blog doesn’t need thirty grand to rebuild a life after losing everything in the Second Avenue building explosion…or from Islamic State terror attacks in Syria…or from Russian neo-Nazi attacks in Ukraine. The only thing needed here right now to keep everything going smoothly is somebody’s old laptop with word processing capabilities, a music player and wifi port that still works.
Can you help?
New York Music Daily says THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!