The lighter SIDE

Schweber, Bill
July 2000
EDN;07/06/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p54
Trade Publication
Suggests options for the computer boards recalled by Intel Corp. Recycling of components; Use of the boards for roof shingles or house siding; Development of computer-troubleshooting courses.


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