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[Homework]2011-09-25&10-01 电子设备的故事 (1/3)

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The other day ,I couldn't find my computer charger.My compuer is my life as to my work,my friends,my music.So I look everywhere even   I know you have to   the     charges the sad remaids electronic past.How did we end up with so many of these things,it's not like always after the latest     .  divices broker becames to    can use them manymore.   fits my computer.This isn't just bad luck,it's bad design.I call it design for the dump.Design for the dump sounds crazy ,right?But when we try to say lots of stuff it makes perfect sense.It's a key strategy of the companys make electronics.In fact,it's key part of a whole   materials company.Design for the dump means making stuff to be thrown away quickly.Today is electronics a hard of grade easy to break and practical to repair.My DVD player broke and I took it to a shop to fix.Repair gey wanted 50 dollars just look at it and new one tagert cost 31 bucks.In the 1960s    the  electronics design could double process every 18 months.So far,he's been right.This is called mores .Somehow the boss of   designer got all .Every 18 months we have to throw all electronics by more.Probly means the 18 months we use these things are just the   entire life cycle.   dump designers   they are causeing wallets they are  causeing a globle    emergency.You see electronic   we most  in mine factorys.Many of   make thousands differient materials  ship to around the world to assembly plans.Worker turn them to products using low   chemicals ,you see    .Today this usually  happens in far places that's hard to monitor,but use happen in my home electronics industry is one of the most poison community the US.

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[Homework]2011-09-25&10-01 电子设备的故事 (1/3)

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The other day ,I couldn't find my computer charger,my computer is my life fun to my work,my friends,my music,so I looked every,even than that draw with these slips, i know you have one too, a tangle of all chargers,the sad we make electronic pass.how did it end up with so many of these things.it's not like I always have to ladies to catch it, my old devices broker become so absolutely can't use them anymore.and not one of these old chargers fits my computer.is it just bad luck,it is bad design,I call it just design for the dump,design for the dump sounds crazy,right?But  when you try to sale lots of stuff,it makes perfect sense.it is a key strategy of the company is that make ****electronics, in fact this is the key part of whole *** savable material economy.Design for the dump means making stuffs to be thrown away quickly,today the electronics are hard to upgrade, easy to break and  *****   to repair.My DVD player broke and I took it to a shop have it fixed,the repair guy want it 15 dollars just to look at it.And new one at target cost 39  bucks.In the 1960, Gordon Moore the    ***        brain and semi- conductor pioneer predicted that the electronic design could double  process speed of every 18 months.so far,he is been right, this is called Moore's law, but somehow the bosses of this genie  designer got to all twisted up. they seen the things the Moor's law means every 18 months, we have to throw out all the electronic and buy  more.  Problem is the 18 months we use these things are just       in and entire life cycle.    jump designers aren't just  causing a pay in our wallet,there causing a global toxic emergence. You see,electronics start to remote our starts in mines and factories, many of the      ***   to made from thousand difference materials.  shifted from around the world to simply plans, there workers turn them into products using low  toxic chemical like PVC **************.Today this usually happen in far places that are hard to monitor ,but it used to happen in my home until      which thanks to the electronic industry is one of the most poisoned community in the US.

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[Homework]2011-09-25&10-01 电子设备的故事 (1/3)

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here is the day i couldn't find my computer ?. my computer is my life, my work,my friends,my music,so ? everywhere.even that ? i know we have to ? how many ? of this things. it's not always ?  my ? have break and can't use them anymore. and now one of the ? fixes my computer. a...ge it's not just bad in look,it's bad design. I call it design for the dump. design for the dump sounds crzy,right?  but when you trying to ? your staff sales to make you prefect sucess. it's a key stragetive  of the company that make us ellectronics. in fact the key ?    design for the dump means making staff to be throwm away quickly.today ellectronics are heart for the ? easy to break and hard to repair. My DVD broke and i took to a shop to fix. repair guy. one  fifty dollars just look at it. a new ? cost 83 box.in the 1960s ? more, could double ? 18 months,so far it's been right. this is calls mole's law.but somehow the boss is jenny's design got all ? set up. they seems to set up mole's law means evey 18 months,we have to ? and buy more. ? means the 18 months that we use things ?,and  ?  global targent emergence . you see ? in ? the factories,many of us and countris thousands of metels
? today usually and my home until?  which thanks ? industry in the US.





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[Homework]2011-09-25&10-01 电子设备的故事 (1/3)

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other day, I couldn't find my computer changer. My computer is my life-on to  my work, my friend , my music, so I looked everywhere ,even I drawed with this wires.I know you have one ,too, a tanglive chargers, the sad remains of the electronic past. How do they under up so   many of these things. It's not like I am always after lady's gargice. My old devices broke became obviously I cound't use anymore. And now one of these old chargers  fits our computer....Ouge, this isn't just bad luck. bad design. I call it design for the dump. design for the dump sounds crazy, right? but when we try to sale lots of stuff and  makes perfect sence, It's a key stratagy of the company to make electronics. In fact, it is a key part of our whole unsustainable material of econimy. Design for the dump means making stuffs to be throwed away quickly. Todays electronics are hard upgraded, easy to break and impractical to repare.
My Dvd player broke, and I took it to a shop to have it fixed. Repair guy wanted 50 dollers just look at it. A new one on target costs 31 bulks. In the 1960's, Golden More, a gaint brain   pioneer, predicted that electronics designed could double process      in every 18 months. So far, he has been right. This is called More's law. but some how the bosses of these genuis designers got it all twisted up. They seems that More's law means every 18 months we have throwed all old electronics and buy more. Problem is  the 18 months we use a thing and blip out into our reclycle. and That's was dump designer a   ,that causing a globe toxic emergency.

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The other day, I couldn’t find my computer charger. My computer is my lifeline to my work, my friends, my music! So I looked everywhere, even in that drawer where this lives. I know you have one too, a tangle / of old chargers, the sad remains of electronics past. How did they end up with so many of these things? It’s not like I’m always after the latest gadget. My old devices broke or became so obsolete I couldn’t use them anymore. And not one of these old chargers fits my computer. Urgh! This isn’t just bad luck. It’s bad design. I call it “designed for the dump”.

 

“Designed for the dump” sounds crazy, right? But when you’re trying to sell lots of stuff, it makes / perfect sense. It’s a key strategy of the companies that make our electronics. In fact, it’s a key part of our whole unsustainable materials economy. “Designed for the dump” means making stuff to be thrown away quickly. Today’s electronics are hard to upgrade, easy to break and impractical to repair. My DVD player broke and I took it to a shop to have it fixed. The repair guy wanted 50 dollars / just to look at it. A new one at target cost 39 bucks.

 

In the 1960s, Gordon Moore, the giant brain and semiconductor pioneer, predicted that / electronics designers could double processor speed every 18 months. So far, he’s been right. This is called Moore’s Law. But somehow the bosses of these genius designers got it all twisted up. They seemed to think that Moore’s Law means every 18 months we have to throw out our old electronics and buy more. Problem is the 18 months that we use these things and just a blip in their entire lifecycle. And that’s where these dump designers aren’t just causing a pain in our wallets. They’re causing a globe toxicant emergence. You see, electronics start where most stuff starts, in mines and factories. Many of our gadgets are made from a thousand different materials, shipped from around the world to assembly plants. There, workers turn them into products, using loads of toxic chemicals, like PVC, mercury, solvents and flame retardants. Today, this usually happens in far-off places that are hard to monitor. But it used to happen in my home, in Silicon Valley, which thanks to the electronic industry is one of the most poisoned communities in the U.S.




aaah, this is great. i love reset's one, really something i needed. just having a look how other people work just gives so much more producing advice. not any means of copy-pasting intended, let that be for sure, but it helps. so thanks alot bro, i'll be analysing this, and now time to google the refill.
The other day i couldn't my computer charger .My computer is my life on my work my friends my music .so i looked everywhere
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The other day i couldn't my computer charger .My computer is my life on my work my friends my music .so i looked everywhere
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[Homework]【整理】2011-09-25&10-01 电子设备的故事 (1/3)

the other day, i couldn't find my computer charger. my computer is my life fund, my work, my friend, my music. so i looked everywhere. even i draw with this sleeves, i know you have tango of charges. the sad remains with the electronic past. how they end up with so many of these things? it is not like i am always after the lady's gadget. my old devices broke and become obsolete so i can't use them any more. and none of my these old charges fit my computer. this is not just bad luck, it is bad design. i call it the design for the dump. design for the dump sounds crazy, right? but when you are trying to sell a lot of stuff, it makes perfect sense. it is a key strategy for our company to make electronics. in fact it is a key part of our whole unsustainable material's economy .design for the dump means making stuff to be thrown away quickly. today's electronics are hard to upgrade, easy to break and impractical to repair. my dvd player broke and i took it the shop to fix. the repair guy wanted 50 dollars just to look at it. and the new one just need 39 bucks. in 1960, gordon more, the giant brain semi conduct pioneer  predicted that the electronic disist could double process speed every 18 months. so far he has been right, this is called Mao's law. but somehow the boss of this genius designer got all twist it up. they seems to think that Mao's law means every 18 months we have to throw away all our electronic devices and buy more. the problem is the 18 month we use these things are just blimp of our entire life cycle. and that's where these dump designers aren't just calling payment of our wallets, they are calling a global toxic emergency. you see electronic stars are usual  stars in mining and factories. many of our gadget are made of thousands of different materials. shipped from around the world to the assembly place. there, works turn them into products using loads of toxic chemicals. like PVC, mercury, solvence and flammerators. today these are usually happened in far places that we are hardly to monitor. but used to happen in my home like silcon valey which thinks the electronic industry is the most poison industry in the US.
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The other day, I couldn’t find my computer charger. My computer is my life * to my work, my friends, my music. So I looked everywhere, even in that * with these leaves. I know you have one, too. A * chargers, the sad remains of electronic passed. How do they end up with so many of these things? It’s not like I’m always after the latest gadget. My old devices broker * because * that I can’t use them any more. And no one of these old chargers fits my computer. * ,this isn’t just bad luck, it’s bad design. I call it “Designed for the dump”.

Designed for the dump sounds crazy, right? But when you’re trying to sell lots of stuff, it makes perfect sense. It’s the key strategy of the companies that make our electronics. It fact, it’s the key * of our whole unsustainable materials economy. “Designed for the dump” means making stuff to be thrown away quickly. Today’s electronics are hard to update, easy to break and practical to repair. My DVD player broke and I took it to a shop to fix. Repair guy wanted 50 dollars just to look at it, a new one in target cost 39 *.

In the 1960s, Golden Moore, the giant brain and semi-conductor pioneer predicted that the electronic designers would double processor speed every 18 month. So far, he has been right. This is called Moore’s law. But somehow, the bosses of these genius designers got it all twisted up. They seem to think that Moore’s law means every 18 month we have thrown all our electronics and buy more. Problem is that the 18 month that we use these things are just * our entire life recycle. And that’s where the dump designers …. They’re causing a global toxic emergency.

You see, electronic stuff were most of stuffs in mine and factories. Many of our gadgets that made from thousand different materials shift * world to a * place. There, workers turn them into products using * of toxic chemical like PVC, *, * and flame retardants. Today, this usually happens in far-off places that are hard to monitor. But this used to happen in my home, silicon valley, which thanks to the electronic industry, is one of the most poisoned communities in the US.
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