Did you just break the screen of you beloved iPhone? Annoyed at paying $200 to have Apple replace the screen? Well, Morten Skogly will give you the means to repair your screen yourself, DIY style.
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When the screen of your iPhone gets cracked, the usual option entails going to an Apple store and shelling out big bucks to get your iPhone repaired. Sure, repair kits are readily available, but how easy are they to use? Take a look at this 10-year old who managed to do this repair by himself. If he can do so, you should be able to do it as well.
Recently, iFixit announced that it was going to create easy manuals that would allow everyone to do some DIY repairs on their tech instead of just creating more e-waste. As iFixit’s founder explains, e-waste is becoming a real problem in landfills everywhere.
Even though we’d like to move everything into the wireless revolution, some devices still need to be connected by cables. There’s nothing more frustrating than breaking an Ethernet cable, because once the plug breaks, it no longer holds in place, making the connection unreliable. We really liked this simple way of repairing it.
I’ve repaired my crashed computer. I’m running anti-virus software and anti-spyware software to eradicate the infection. I’m thinking about upgrading to Vista Ultimate this week. I will see how it goes.
It’s almost 4AM and it has been running fine since 2AM. I’ve written about 1000 words on Symria, so I’m at about 34000 words.
I’ve updated my blog. That’s pretty much it. Someone asked me how I manage to write so much. I do work from 9AM to 7:30PM five days a week.
I just sit down and type really fast. It kind of flows out of me. I’m inspired by the strangest things. I usually have at least 6 or 8 posts ready to go at any time, just to be sure. The posts are written and only need to be edited. At the same time, I’ve got new photos, new art and other things ready to be posted. It’s just a question of being disciplined and organized.