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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Got e-junk?

Don't we all? Here's a place to go to unload those electronic toys that have outlived their usefulness.

Comments (1)

Or you could go to local favorite Free Geek, where your "junk" will have a good chance of being revived into something useful, or will at worst be recycled responsibly.

Unlike Best Buy, Free Geek is not merely environmentally responsible, it provides numerous community and education services as well.

Posted by: Pete Forsyth at August 17, 2006 01:11 AM

I second the FREE GEEK, its right of Hawthorne in SE, and they also have lots of kids doing their school public service hours ripping them apart, salvaging what they can, and rebuilding what they can for non-profits here and in third world countries. Any kid can get a computer there, if they sign up to build computers for others and volunteer thier time. The charge for a monitor is $10. and they ask for donations, but they also destroy any information on your hard drive. Funky place with good people.

Posted by: swimmer at August 17, 2006 07:11 AM

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