It’s a bit irritating when spares websites just sell the entire, brand new product. Not really what I’m looking for when I go to a spare parts website…
I took a set of digital kitchen scales to the local Restart Party yesterday, and had a go at fixing them with lots of great tips and advice from Gavin, a Restart volunteer. Couldn’t get them working, but I picked up some good tips in the process.
Great to see a manufacturer providing repair manuals. 9/10 on @ifixit for the HP Pro x2 http://ifixit.org/blog/9060/hp-pro-x2-612-g2-repairability/Also on:
Brilliant – a shopping mall in Sweden just for recycled and repaired goods. http://ifixit.org/blog/9106/sweden-recycling-mall/Also on:
Manufacturers should design electronics to last – not for the dump. http://storyofstuff.org/movies/story-of-electronics/ (Video from 2011, still just as relevant now.)Also on: