Non-removable batteries and non-standard size mobile batteries anger me the most, because there are lots of perfectly functional devices that are abandoned just because they don't hold a charge any more.
The first mobile devices (like Walkmans etc) used to use standard replaceable batteries like AA size, so this never happened before.
If there could be some legally mandated standard mobile battery, we would have a lot less electronic waste and save a lot of money.
Article at Vice about the copyright status of books published in the 1923 to 1964, showing that around 80% of them are in the public domain. Follow @SecretlyPublicDomain who is posting the entries.
Would be a neat programming lessons, but I'm looking for tried-and-tested code for production.
haha shit whoops guess who forgot to do the #GLAMBlogClub roundup and announce the August theme...?
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