A few days ago the SKWAWKBOX put out a call for help to buy a new computer when an existing laptop died suddenly. SKWAWKBOX readers are fantastic, generous people and we’ve raised enough to cover the cost of a very nice new machine – the existing one will be a well-spec’d backup when it comes back repaired, so we’ll be more robustly set up than ever to keep bringing you the news and information you value.
A huge and heartfelt thank you to everyone who contributed – as editor, I’m blown away by your generosity and support.
I’ll be sending a personal thank-you to each person as soon as time allows, but a special mention goes to long-time reader Michael Westcombe, who not only found us a brilliant machine with an incredible discount of over £700 from his own long-term computer supplier but even negotiated with them to shorten the delivery time so we received the new kit today.
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Thanks again, everyone for a brilliant and moving demonstration of the solidarity that makes us all dangerous to the status quo.
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