Today I was visiting The Insititute For the Future in Palo Alto. At the top of the stairwell was a large pile of computer gear, cables, a Sun workstation, old racks, all waiting to be recycled or disposed of somehow. None of it looked that useful for repurposing in a developing country or local public computer lab. It boggles the mind to see how much equipment is flowing out of small organizations, schools, and large companies where computers are being replaced rather rapidly. In a few years there will be millions of standard cathode ray tube television disposed of because they cannot handle a digital signal or the owners deicide to get rid of them rather than convert. What's in your closet that you will never use?