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Charlie Babcock
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4/7/2014 | 4:21:00 PM
Open do-it-your-self hardware as heirloom
This is open heirloom hardware, with a do-it-yourself laptop in a classy, finished oak and aluminum case, to be handed down to the grandchildren, not Facebook's Open Compute Project. I don't think Goldman Sachs or Fidelity Investments have signed up for this kind of open hardware.


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