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David Eads sits among old computer parts waiting to be recycled or refurbished by FreeGeek Chicago volunteers.
David Eads runs FreeGeek Chicago, 'an Apple Store for the rest of us'
FreeGeek Chicago gives volunteers hands-on training in restoring old computers to sell or recycle – while they earn credits toward taking home their own desktop or laptop free of charge.
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