[Noisebridge-discuss] Hackershelves CLEANED! E-Waste pickup needed
tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Fri Mar 13 16:50:10 UTC 2015
You, fellow hackers, deserve the highest of fives. This is totally incredibly
excellent <3 <3 <3
On Friday, March 13, 2015 01:11:03 AM Zach wrote:
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> Hey hackers,
> Thanks to the awesome efforts of Ramone, Andrew, and
> myself the Hackershelves are now 90% organized and fully
> cleaned! I went ahead and labelled almost everything
> too- so now there's boxes for RAM, video cards, keyboards,
> etc. See the pics here!
> Photobucket [DOT] com/user/Segasonicfan/library/NB%20Cleaning
> Thanks to the awesome reboot I think these shelves will be
> clean for a lot longer than they used to :) I also
> want to put a box up for incoming donations that people can
> toss stuff in if they don't know where it goes.
> Miloh, if you are reading this, I found 2 long LED displays
> one of which is pictured and placed on the right side of the
> hackershelves behind the printer. There is another on
> top of the shelves. I bet these are what you were
> looking for.
> For the future: There is now a "vintage tech" section
> of the hackershelves that I would like to put a timeline on
> for keeping at NB. There are items on these shelves
> that I have seen collecting dust for literally 3+
> years. I would love to create a game plan for throwing
> some of this old stuff out, but I left it for now since I
> know some people are attached to it. There is for
> example, a giant pay phone, a box full of old (I mean, pre
> 1980s) VU meters and bench supply stuff, some old AC motors
> and transformers, old broken video cameras, and those
> friggin heavy old touch displays that no one has ever
> used. I think the stuff from circa 1970 - 1989 really
> needs to be given E-waste priority. Unless there is
> awesome hackage opportunity / vintage worth to it.
> Just my 2 cents.
> happy hacking!
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