Freecycle meets iPod
The freecyclers responded so enthusiastically that not only did he have enough parts to fix his own iPod, but also to repair and build a few more units. Which he gave away. So more people began to donate broken iPods to him, which he now fixes up and offers back out to his community. What a marvelous way to be socially responsible, environmentally conscious and spread the iPod love! TUAW salutes Matthew Smith.
Meet Matthew Smith. One day he decided to use a magnetic holder to hold his iPod in his car. Bad move. The magnet warped his hard drive,...
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