Thanks for your words, I'm actually going to deactivate the gofundme and do a Kickstarter instead, there's just no rewards or anything to give with a gofundme and I'd like to give something in return.I'm sympathetic, Alan. It's frustrating; asking for money and getting
employment advice. It's to be expected, though.
I remember living in a small town and looking for work when there
just wasn't any. People (even my parents) didn't understand. I can
only imagine how difficult it must be in a small town in Ireland. I
suspect not many retail stores in the area are hiring, not a lot of
electronics stores close by.
I had to move to a larger city to get work. Many people can't do even
I know my sympathy doesn't help you get a new computer. Are you
asking anywhere else? Seems IT with fellow, struggling filmmakers
is not the best place to get donations.
dude, that actually isn't a bad idea for us poor folk.If you have places like schools and businesses anywhere you can travel to reach, you might find a discarded computer that's newer than your's. There was a story a few years ago in the news about a man who started a prop rental business in Los Angeles by going through the garbage of Hollywood studios and pulling their discarded props out of the garbage. We can all learn the most from poor people on how to survive with little or no money.
Looking through garbage is one of them.