In first life, I am just about to head to work in the morning, and was checking skills and mails via Evemon. Quick, easy, just to check on things.
My Eve skill queues are up to date, but I get an evemail. A new 'neutral' large tower is in one of our wormholes.
If my first life self is to work on time, there is no way I can deal with this right now. Work can not be skipped today. ... ... Ok. I have to go to work but can be a little late.
Our pilot that found the tower has made on grid bookmarks. That helps. What does not help is that my personal combat pilots (and yes even I have them) are in the wrong spot.
Their tower is prickly without any storage arrays of any kind, but has an Orca in it. Mmm. The Orca gives them ship maintenance and storage, without requiring powergrid/cpu. Properly set up that could be a pain.
Empty then off-line industry POS modules; start on-lining (more) defensive/offensive modules. Move some loot into Enormous freight containers in case the POS becomes reinforced. I am really short of time and our directors are not online.
Check notifications. Nothing. Check zkillboard for recent activity by either 'them' or our system. Nothing.
Send Skype, evemail messages, and update our intel channel's MOTD with what little we know, which isn't much apart from a corp name and that of a couple of pilots.
Ok, in first life I am officially late for work, but ... I will park close. There are some advantages to living in a town rather than a 'city'. Probably offensive to the natives to call their Capital a town though.
One of our directors contacts me on Skype. He has re-configured our infrastructure for siege rather than industry. Good. Other pilots have brought up their corporation's membership, and kill history, and added them to watch lists.
Pilots that have quietly been doing PI in our holes that I have not heard from in weeks pipe up and offer to 'play' with our visitors.
While I could wish that I was better set up, things have been worse. Now all I need to do is get home from work, and do something about this.