When we open the front door of our office, our hallway light turns on.
One of the more bizarre things about modern life is that everything you do produces data, and these by-products can, in theory, be reconstituted into some sort of likeness.
So, how many wearables are you comfortable attaching to yourself everyday?
"Every word you say feels like a knife in my head, like a bullet in my back."
Source: SoundCloud / Nathan Lee
Server and consumer gear we need to get rid of, including a printer, iPads, iPhone, and more.
APC Net Shelter approximately 42U server rack with a battery backup at the bottom. Circa 2007, but the battery has only been used for about 2 years as we haven’t had a big time server in ages.
Xerox Phaser 7750EX with Fiery duplex, multi-tray colour printer, prints on paper up to 18”x12” which was the cost of a new fully loaded Kia and has gone relatively unused. It’s rated for 30,000 prints a month, but I hazard to guess we probably did about 30,000 prints total over the course of the 3 years we used it.
One day, baby, we’ll be old. Think of all the stories that we could have told.
From Say Yeah!:
Just in time for Valentine’s day, ChocoFinder has been updated with a whole new discovery interface, combining a map and list view of all the best chocolate shops around you, right on the home screen.
If you’re still on the Valentine’s Day hunt for fair trade and artisanal chocolate for your special someone, get ChocoFinder from the app store now. It’s helpful, free, and delicious!