The head of our engineering department at work plopped 75 printed circuit board “trees” on my desk, each about eight inches square, still wrapped in cellophane packs from our supplier. He announced, “These are useless to us, but I hate to just dump them in a landfill. Can you think of something creative to do with them?” (I’m a graphic designer, so he’s under the false impression that this makes me creative.)
I replied, “I have no idea what else you could do with them, but I know a group of people who will.”
Yes, Atomic Toasterites, you are that group. So, let’s have your bright, ingenious ideas — what would you do with these unopened, un-snapped-apart, unpopulated sheets of circuit board wizardry?
The winning suggestion gets a wonderful prize: 75 unused circuit boards, of course.