Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Jun 2012 02:49 UTC
Apple After a proper teardown, iFixit concludes that the new MacBook Pro has no user-serviceable parts at all, which some think is a really bad thing. I honestly don't know - I mean, my ZenBook isn't particularly user-serviceable either, and my smartphones, tablets, and whatnot are pretty much entirely soldered together as well. What do you guys make of this?
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I think we were discussing the relevant merits of being able to fix your own stuff.

And BTW, it's not at all clear which of us has a more ghetto bike from the 1970s: (my Wagant has more basic dérailleur lever and more "classic" front lamp; it spent a decade+ in few sheds, in pieces)

My Pug not longer looks like that. I refitted it with a 9 speed shimano block, a newer set of wheels and a campagnolo 10 centaur crankset.

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RE[5]: Sounds like a challenge.
by zima on Thu 14th Jun 2012 10:44 in reply to "RE[4]: Sounds like a challenge."
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Or about "the old days of cars and computers" (or even more exclusive focus on cars in my post)...

Anyway - curious, the headlamp casing on that photo has pretty much the same shape as in mine, and also the rack style is closer than any of those Wagants from Commons.
But I wonder how one pedals on this one ;p

(and yeah, yours would definitely seem less ghetto - non-original in mine is only rear tire, both bladders, and saddle; the latter only because the original was painful on longish rides)

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