Recycling center looking for woman who left rare $200,000 Apple I computer - A local recycling center is searching for a woman who dropped off an extremely rare Apple I computer, and then left without providing her contact information. The facility later sold the computer for $200,000, and is now looking for the mystery woman, so they can split the money. [As Mcluhan stated, obsolesced technologies become art.]
Brian Kemp. Batavia, NY. We found an old television set on one of our weekly trips to our local recycling center that we gutted and used as the Library. We used leftover wood from other projects to create the base and we painted the television set to look like large books, with all of the information about the Library on the spines of the books. We really enjoyed the project and it is used daily!
Our Waste-LESS Wednesday Environmental Hero goes to Ryan Hickman. He is a 7-year-old boy from California who has demonstrated that it’s never too early to start recycling. When he was three, Ryan Hickman ventured to a local recycling center in Orange County with his father. The experience moved him to such an extent he declared his intentions to start collecting recyclables from his neighbors the following day. Thus started Ryan’s Recycling Company, through which Ryan has recycled around…
Recycling center looking for woman who left rare $200,000 Apple I computer
Wind chime of keys... the directions with this assumed you knew something about "how to", which wasn't much use to me! I googled and found this you-tube instructional video: http://eco-friendly.wonderhowto.com/how-to/make-eco-friendly-windchime-out-keys-249721/