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712459757d17147edc57de9fa28a50228d13af18 — neauoire 2 years ago 74c59db
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@@ 71,12 71,11 @@ TEXT We wanted to exit the wasteful loop of acquiring`the necessities of life ea

	- We found that travel was a good catalyst for creativity.
	- Moving between apartments and re-aquiring necessities of life was unsustainable and exhausting.
	- Becoming local to each place, not be only a visitor.
	- Stay long enough to become familiar with a place.
	- Learning to reduce our posessions to the essentials.
	- Carry tools and equipment with us to create things.
	- We wanted to live a bit everywhere at the same time.
	- We wanted to familiarize ourselves with the local produce and the seasons.
	- We also wanted to stay for longer at each place
		- Familiarize ourselves with the local produce and seasons.
	- Learning to reduce our posessions to the bare essentials.
	- Carry tools and equipment with us to keep creating things.

NAME [rek] 2.0 Power Preconceptions
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@@ 121,12 120,18 @@ HEAD Power problems
GOTO 08,20
TEXT Processor intensive software`Cloudy days`Limited space for solar panels

	- Software very processor-intensive, and contribute to our ever-lowering charge.
	- GUI tools we were familiar with, didn't match power available (e.g., batch conversion terminal)
	- We became all-too-aware of our power draw. We could not waste time while working, our work had a rigid time limit, determined by either the time of day, or the power available onboard.
	- It was impossible to charge both machines all day, so we'd alternate.
	- As soon as we left the dock, we quickly found out that our macbooks were power sucking vampires, drawing at our batteries with a seemingly neverending thirst.
	- On grey, cloudy days. Can’t power electronics, and it is worse when there are several of these days in a row.
	- Software is sometimes very processor-intensive, and contribute to our battery drain.
	- GUI tools we were familiar with, didn't match power available
		- Like, using a graphical application to process photos instead of using a batch script.
	- We became all-too-aware of our power draw. 
	- We could not waste time while working, 
		- our work had a rigid time limit, 
		- determined by either the time of day, 
		- or the power available onboard.
	- It was impossible to charge both machines all day, 
		- so we'd alternate which laptop gets to charge.
	- On grey, cloudy days. We can’t power electronics.
		- It's worse during the winter or rainy season.

NAME [toy] 2.3 Power Problems
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@@ 137,9 142,17 @@ HEAD On a boat,`anything on deck is sacrificial.
GOTO 08,13
TEXT On a sailboat, space is an issue, and so is weight.`The heavier our boat gets, the slower we sail.

	- Installing more solar would mean more windage and more chances of getting knocked down or getting hurt.
	- Adding more solar means more windage, more chance of breaking things or being knocked down. On a boat, taught that anything on deck is sacrificial. Learned this in 2018, in 2020 during a storm, when a large wave engulfed our boat from the back, it ripped off our spray hood, what keeps rain out of the cabin, and it also took our 100 W flexible solar panels that was sitting over it. We left Japan with 190 W of solar, and we completed the trip with 90 W.
	- Few panels, small battery bank. Limited space. Space is an issue, and so is weight. The heavier our boat gets, the slower we sail.
	- Installing more solar would mean more windage 
		and more chances of getting knocked down.
		more chance of breaking things or being knocked down. 
	- On a boat, anything on deck is sacrificial. 
	- In 2020 during a storm, when a large wave engulfed our boat from the back, 
		- it ripped off our spray hood, what keeps rain out of the cabin.
		- it also took our 100 W flexible solar panels that was sitting over it. 
		- We left Japan with 190 W of solar, and we completed the trip with 90 W.
	- More panels would also mean that we need a larger battery bank.
		- Space is an issue, and so is weight. The heavier our boat gets, the slower we sail.
		- The longer it takes us to run away from a storm.

NAME [rek] 2.4 Power Solutions
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