06/10/2004. Contributed by Jessica Martin
Program to recycle old PCs for struggling SFF genre authors.
The Speculative Literature Foundation (aka the SLF) has just announced a new Technology Exchange program aimed at helping struggling writers by finding new homes for second hand technology.
Individuals are encouraged to make spare equipment available through a bulletin board on the Foundation's web site. The Exchange aims to match those in need of equipment with those who no longer have a use for it.
The Technology Exchange will act purely as a matching service. None of the equipment offered will be bought or sold.
However, because SLF is a registered non-profit organization (IRS 501(c)3) any donations will be tax-deductible within the USA. All donors and recipients will remain anonymous except where required to facilitate exchange of equipment.
Neither donor nor recipient needs to be a member of SLF to use the service.
No technical support will be provided.
For more details, get on over to http://www.speculativeliterature.org/Awards/TechnologyExchange.php
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