The Essential Survival Tool for the Digital Age: An Offline Digital Survival Library
March 24, 2023
In today's world, we are more reliant on technology than ever before. With just a few taps on our smartphones or laptops, we have access to a wealth of information at our fingertips. However, in a survival situation where access to electricity and the internet may be limited or nonexistent, having access to that information becomes a challenge. That's where an offline digital survival library comes in - it's the new essential for any bug out bag.
Where to find high quality guides & resources for an offline survival library
Companion's offline digital survival library contains a wide range of high-quality resources tailored to your needs, you'll have access to everything you need to know about basic and advanced survival skills.
Whether you're on a camping trip or facing an emergency situation, Companion has got you covered. From first aid to shelter building, food procurement to wilderness navigation, self-defense to emergency communication, the library contains essential information that could make all the difference in a survival situation.
The library is available offline, so you can access it even without an internet connection. That means you'll always be prepared no matter where you go. Add Companion's offline digital survival library to your bugout bag today and take your survival prep to the next level.
An offline digital survival library is essentially a collection of information and resources stored on a USB flash drive that can be accessed without an internet connection. The information contained in the library should cover a wide range of essential skills such as purifying water, growing a garden, electrical skills, tool-making, hunting, and fishing. With an offline digital survival library, you have the key to self-reliance in a world without Google.
In a survival situation, knowledge is power, and an offline digital survival library can provide you with the information you need to survive. Here are some of the benefits of having an offline digital survival library in your bug out bag:
1. Access to essential survival skills
An offline digital survival library contains information on a wide range of essential survival skills that can help you in a survival situation. From purifying water to building a shelter, the library has everything you need to know to survive.
A digital library also can hold far more information than a physical book or binder. With a USB drive, you can store hundreds of survival guides, manuals, and other resources, giving you a wider range of information to draw from.
2. Lightweight and portable
Unlike traditional books or manuals, an offline digital survival library is lightweight and portable. It can easily fit into your bug out bag or backpack, making it easy to carry with you wherever you go. You can slip it into your bug out bag and not have to worry about the weight and bulk of physical books. This can be especially important if you're on the move and need to travel light.
3. Accessible without an internet connection
In a survival situation, access to the internet may not be possible. With an offline digital survival library, you have access to essential information and resources without needing an internet connection. With a digital library, you can have instant access to survival guides on topics like purifying water, growing a garden, electrical skills, tool-making, hunting, and fishing. This information can be critical in helping you survive in the wilderness.
Building a digital survival library can be much more cost-effective than purchasing physical books or manuals. Many survival guides and resources are available online for free, so you can build your library without breaking the bank.
Searchable: Searching for information in a physical book or binder can be time-consuming and frustrating. With a digital library, you can easily search for specific information or keywords to quickly find what you need.
Searching for information in a physical book or binder can be time-consuming and frustrating. With a digital library, you can easily search for specific information or keywords to quickly find what you need.
Useful things to have
To create an offline digital survival library, you will want to consider buying a few things:
1. A USB flash drive
To safely store the digital survival library, you'll need to load it onto a USB flash drive. Make sure you choose a USB flash drive with enough storage capacity to hold the entire library (7 GB).
Once you have the USB flash drive, simply plug it into your computer and then drag and drop the contents of the library onto the drive.
2. Get a USB to phone adapter
One of the advantages of the digital library is that it's stored on a USB drive, which means you can access it from any device that has a USB port.
However, if you want to view the contents on your phone, you'll need an adapter that allows you to connect the USB drive to your phone's charging port.
There are many types of adapters available, but make sure you choose one that's compatible with your phone's operating system (iOS or Android). Once you have the adapter, simply plug it into your phone and then connect the USB drive to the adapter. You should then be able to browse the contents of the digital library from your phone.
3. Get a solar charger
In a SHTF scenario where the power grid is down, you may not have access to traditional sources of electricity to charge your phone. That's where a solar charger can come in handy.
A solar charger is a portable device that converts sunlight into electricity that can be used to charge your phone. Make sure you choose a solar charger with a high capacity battery and enough output to charge your phone quickly.
When using the solar charger, place it in direct sunlight and connect your phone to it using a USB cable. It may take several hours to fully charge your phone, so be patient.
4. Get a waterproof case
To protect your phone, USB flash drive, solar charger, and other electronics from the elements, consider investing in a waterproof case that's large enough to hold all of these items.
Look for a case that's made from a durable, waterproof material and that has enough compartments to organize your gear.
Useful information to include on the drive
Once you have all the necessary equipment, you can start building your offline digital survival library. There are many resources available online that you can download and save to your flash drive. Look for information on essential survival skills such as:
Hunting and fishing
In addition to these essential survival skills, you may also want to include other resources such as maps, survival manuals, and relevant books.
In a survival situation, having access to essential information and resources can mean the difference between life and death. An offline digital survival library is a new essential for any bug out bag. With the right equipment and resources, you can easily create your own library and have access to the information you need to survive in a world without Google.
Don't wait until it's too late - get access to the Companion offline digital survival library today.
A USB survival drive loaded with critical knowledge
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