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DATE 2020-08-10
FROM Boris Reitman
SUBJECT Subject: [Learn] Tree Table
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Hello Perl coders,

I like coding outdoors, that gives me inspiration. Since the Spring I tried
doing that by going to city parks. I use a lithium AC battery generator
that gives me a full day of work, an LTE internet, and a sun shade to
reduce screen glare. I found that working standing kept me much warmer on
cooler days, so the simplest way was to put a camping table on top of a
park picnic table, and to work standing.

However, I didn't want to be limited by the presence of picnic table
locations, so I carried another larger table with me. As I was doing that,
I got the idea that if I could hang a table off a tree's trunk, then that
would give me a "table leg" of any height that I need. It would be an
elegant solution, which could mean that the table to carry would be
something small (no long legs). I headed to Amazon to find such a product,
but couldn't find one. However, I found a patent that's expired in 2001,
titled "Tree Table."

I thought that it would be fun to build the table in the patent. And so I
did. My goal was to make something that's ad-hoc and light, that I can
always have with me. Then, I could work anywhere, where there's a good
tree. (Of course, the Tree Table doesn't damage the tree, it just mounts
using snugly fit straps around the trunk.)

People stopped to ask me about my setup, curious. It must be because of the
pandemic. I didn't think there would be so much interest in an unusual
thing like that. But, most people are now working from home, and don't have
an office-home separation. So I decided to manufacture it and sell it. I
put it up on IndieGoGo under the name of "Tree Table." Check it out.

Thanks,
Boris Reitman

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Hello Perl coders,

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ks. I use a lithium=C2=A0AC battery generator that gives me a full day of w=
ork, an LTE internet, and a sun shade to reduce screen glare. I found that =
working standing kept me much warmer on cooler days, so the simplest way wa=
s to put a camping table on top of a park picnic table, and to work standin=
g.=C2=A0

However, I didn't want to be limited by the presence o=
f picnic table locations, so I carried another larger table with me. As I w=
as doing that, I got the idea that if I could hang a table off a tree's=
trunk, then that would give me a "table leg" of any height that =
I need. It would=C2=A0be an elegant solution, which could mean that the tab=
le to carry would be something small (no long legs).=C2=A0 I headed to Amaz=
on to find such a product, but couldn't find one. However, I found a pa=
tent that's expired in 2001, titled "Tree Table."=C2=A0=C2=A0=

I thought that it would be fun to build the table in th=
e patent. And so I did.=C2=A0 My goal was to make something that's ad-h=
oc and light, that I can always have with me. Then, I could work anywhere, =
where there's a good tree. (Of course, the Tree Table doesn't damag=
e the tree, it just mounts using snugly fit straps around the trunk.)=C2=A0=


People stopped to ask me about my setup, curious. It must be becaus=
e of the pandemic. I didn't think there would be so much interest in an=
unusual thing like that. But, most people are now working from home, and d=
on't have an office-home separation.=C2=A0 So I decided to manufacture =
it and sell it. I put it up on IndieGoGo under the name of "Tree Table=
."=C2=A0 Check it out.=C2=A0

Thanks,
Boris Reitman

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