- Feb 8, 2020
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Silver lining! Right you are!Just the camera.
There will be plenty of display cases to be had from bankrupt jewellery shops soon. Every cloud....etc.
I am still waiting for this to be delivered. The art supply place shipped it the same day I ordered it (10/13/2020). Tracking shows it disappeared when UPS was to transfer it to the Postal Service for final delivery, early on the morning of October 15th. Postal Service tracking shows they are still waiting for the package. I have contacted the art supply place about this twice. The first time I contacted them they told me it was too soon, and that I should wait until two weeks after I placed the order to contact them about the missing shipment. I jumped the gun a bit and contacted them on Monday (10/26). They told me they would ship a replacement. I have seen no indication that they have actually shipped a replacement.
Plan is to wait until Friday. If it hasn't shipped by then I will ask them to cancel the replacement and refund my money so I can buy from another supplier.
Thanks for letting me vent.
Well, the guys from the firm doing the actual holeing, the fan-owners, has passed the buck to the building manager. So far I haven't heard anything from them. Which isn't surprising. In my experience, very few companies contact you to say: "We owe you money to the amount of this much. Please send us your bank account number, so we can deposit this amount in your account."And I bet they stick you with the bill for the electricity for that 2000W fan going 24/7!
Interesting product. Accessory for inflatable love dolls?A rotating platform and remote cord with intervalometer. Trying my hand at 360 deg pictures for some of my products.
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Turns out there are quite a few things to go wrong with these interactive pictures.
First attempt below. Slight wobble because I cropped the pictures before manually aligning the layers. Next one I do I'll align the layers at full resolution.
Link to final result: http://arqspin.com/s/7ze7b2bcl18b
It's definitely not booming. I trade in a very competitive sector and the market for single use teats/bottles is very small. Fortunately, the first wave of COVID babies should start to arrive in the next few weeks.Business must be booming with all this social distancing. And this 360 degree picture thing makes a lot of sense in this context too!
My present customers get through 6-8 latex accessories per day, 7 days a week, without getting hospitalised.Although possibly counter-productive, could you not diversify into other rubber products Richard (you know, the one's that stop the babies) as I've heard there's a big demand for them during these days of lockdown?
I don't think it's that counter productive!Although possibly counter-productive, could you not diversify into other rubber products Richard (you know, the one's that stop the babies) as I've heard there's a big demand for them during these days of lockdown?