On 2009-05-22, Andrew Halliwell <spike1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Gregory Shearman <ZekeGregory@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> The so-called "green" machine only has the case made from biodegradable
>> materials, the guts will still be poisonous.
> But then, there's no way around that. Circuits require conductors.
> Semiconductors require doping (usually using toxic elements such as arsenic)
> Solder may not use lead anymore, but the flux is still toxic...
I think they should be built to last, not to be biodegradable. Why can't
they be built to be expandable? That was the original aim of the x86 PC
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