#208: Repurpose your Apple Hardware
August 10th, 2014 · 78 minutes
David and Katie talk about options for repurposing your Mac and iOS devices including alternate uses for older machines, how to hand devices down to friends, family, donating devices and more.
Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!
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Links and Show Notes
Links for this episode:
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- MILOfest - Macs In The Law Office | Conference for Mac Using Attorneys
- iMac (Intel-based) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Solid-state drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A Comprehensive Video Guide to TextExpander
- Other World Computing (OWC) - Performance Upgrades For Your Mac
- Mac Mini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Mac Attack
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- Mac Power Users 126: The Mac Home Server | Mac Power Users
- macminicolo: Mac Mini colocation | Mac mini hosting
- Macintosh SE - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Macintosh SE is a personal computer manufactured by Apple between March 1987 and October 1990.
- Macquarium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- The Mac Mailbox...That's One Way To Recycle Your Old Computer
- Millenium Falcon Mac mini Mod | Apartment Therapy
- The Mac Mailbox
- iGrill - Yours truly with the completed product - Imgur
- stuff made from stuff clocks made from recycled by pixelthis
- Amazon.com: iPad Wall Mounts
- iFixit: The free repair manual - iFixit
- MPU 097: Repair and Recycle with iFixit’s Kyle Wiens
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- iMac G4 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- Computer Clinic ®
- National Recycling Coalition
- Apple - Recycling Program