Bridge of the Romulan Warbird Valdore. Really just a redress of the Enterprise-E bridge with some recycled chairs from Voyager (flanking the commanders chair), former Cardassian console (center front), ex-Klingon consoles (left, right) remade Cardassian cargo doors.
Last week I contacted a recycling company if they could help me out, with letting me search through their “E-Waste” for some old screens. They were very supportive and we could arrange an appointment. Today we visited their HQ and they showed us a whole truck full of stuff to dig through. I found 6 nice old 4:3 TFT screens and on top of that, the find of the day was a Compaq 151FS from 1992. Really didn’t expect to find such a nice old CRT in that truck.
(ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧ its terrible, i cant do 2/3 of what i have to do because of it and i seem to be the only one with this problem but somehow this account is somewhat safe but i could be jinxing it and this is a really long title or whatever but i dont give a shit any m o r e (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧
keith messaging the group chat like “does the five second rule apply to soup pls hurry” and lance, hunk, and pidge immediately tell him that of course the five second rule applies to soup, grab a straw keith,
I will never like “Liam 2/Liam Jr.” or the mind-numbingly stupid storyline behind his creation. Nor do I think Nick Eversman was well cast in that role. At all. And I just wish I could blacklist posts with him cuz I don’t want to rain on anyone else’s parade and I believe you should be the curator of the content you want to see on your dash. But I can’t, because adding the “Jones brothers” tag will nix all the Killian/Liam content I WANT, same goes for “Liam Jones.” There doesn’t seem to be any uniform tagging when it comes to half Jones, so it’s hard to block them out in general. I will never forgive A&E for recycling Liam’s name on that kid. /flips table.
I wish I didn’t have to curb my enthusiasm for posts about literally one of my most favorite subjects (tbh, Killian and Liam are prob my most favorite thing about OUAT other than CS), but every time I see content with Stabby Jr. included I’m like:
“Photographs of burning rubble, sick cattle and unwell workers overshadow – or omit completely – a story of education around recycling and problem solving to improve the situation… A whole economy, a small town almost, has sprung up around it; there are food vendors, a mosque and a fashion store, for example. Many people argue that the dump provides necessary income for people who would otherwise have no means of earning money and say that, instead of being shut down, Agbogbloshie should become a prototype for responsible recycling. To this end, a number of NGOs and government offices have joined forces to open a training center at the dump, which aims to educate workers about environmental hazards. In addition, safer and more environmentally friendly equipment has been donated to enable workers to break down e-waste for recycling purposes without damaging their health.
The idea that Agbogbloshie is wasteland of pollution – the story often told in the press, illustrated the smoldering piles of out-of-date technological products and animals and people surrounded by dirt – is sensationalist and reductive, according to the organizations working there. A spokesperson for Pure Earth’s explains: “Our team on the ground in Agbogbloshie tells us that the recyclers are weary of all the attention they are receiving. It is, after all, their livelihood that is being scrutinized, and they do this dangerous work because they lack job options. The problem of e-waste is a complex one that cannot be solved overnight.”
The latest book instalment of the LDN series by Antony Cairns has taken the term Digital Photobook to new extremes. Using recycled old e-book tablets, Cairns has hacked into the software of the computer within the tablet and made it possible to view the entire archive of imagery he has created for his London by night work. You can do this through selecting a chapter / title on the main contents page that you are confronted with when unlocking the E-ink tablet from its LDN EI cover page screensaver. As you flick thru page by page each image is composed by the shifting pixels of the Electronic Ink screen. Not only has the software of the E-reader been hacked but also the hardware has taken a significant bruising and remodelling, each book has been customised with a new back attached and unwanted parts like the keyboard covered and deemed redundant for the purpose.
Apple Stores will now accept any of the company’s products for recycling at no charge, and may even give you a store credit to be used against a new model if the items you are trading in look in resealable condition