Geektechnique makes some nice mods to his hand-me-down iPhone with the cracked glass.
Here’s a fun little story, it begins-
” One night when his charge was pretty high, Micro-Farad decided to seek a cute little coil to let him discharge….”
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The One Laptop Per Child Foundation announced early in the year the cost would really be $150 as opposed to the original estimate of $100, they bumped it to $176 in April, then $188 a few weeks ago.
USA Today reports on the upcoming release of the first batch of laptops to needy children and why it will really cost $200.
Still, at $200, it’s a worthy effort.