Re: Recovery by Unrecovery (longish)
- From: abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Peter Corlett)
- Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 08:38:12 +0000 (UTC)
TimC <tconnors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Alas, later that day, they were covered under piles and piles of rubble,
and the gate was closed. dammit, if worse came to worse, I would have
grabbed some screwdrivers and rescued some of the metres and SCRs at
least. Why don't universities put their crap through ebay before throwing
it all out?
The very real risk of being sued because it turned out to be faulty.
However, it's a university, and I'd be astonished if you couldn't find
enough interested students to just make it all magically disappear. I came
into posession of my VT510s that way. Now *I* have to work out how to
dispose of them since they've ganed a few more years of obsolecence while in
It's probably easier to throw away a dead body than a dead computer. The
worst that would happen in the former case is that the council would fine me
because the dead body wasn't in the kitchen waste bin. Do CRTs count as
clear or brown glass?