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In tracking down information for Peoria Wireless, it became obvious that there was no central place to get
information about wireless activity that we could use in our investugations. This then is an attempt to locate
and consolidate those stories and announcements in one place for easy and convenient access.
Peoria Group Aids Students
By Erin Durkin of the Journal Star
Thursday, June 22, 2006
PEORIA - Recycling for Illinois is mounting a push to get 2,400 computers into the hands of low-income children by the beginning of the school year.
The not-for-profit group collects used electronics - not just computers but also TVs, cell phones, microwaves and other items - and provides them to disabled and low-income families.
By Steve Tarter of the Journal Star
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
PEORIA - The 16,000 square-foot warehouse at 401 NE Rock Island Avenue is piled high with computers and televisions - all used.
It's the place where Recycling for Illinois, a not-for-profit recycling company, seeks to stem the tide of an onrushing sea of electronic appliances.
Grant Transforms Electronics Recycler
By Anita Szoke of the Journal Star
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
PEORIA - Recycling for Illinois Inc. is a company that emerged from the ashes of another recycler that went bankrupt. Its goal is to make Peoria the epicenter for electronics recycling in downstate Illinois.
3 Bad Supreme Court Rulings
Today (June 27) the Supreme Court handed down 2 rulings that, added to the decision last week regarding eminent domain and private property, greatly disturbed me.
Today's two decisions, reversing Grokster and determining that Cable is not a common carrier, hurt American technology and our ability to compete in the world. last week's decision takes your private property and gives it to local government to do with as they please. All are victories for big businesses over the rights of individuals and small entrapreneurs
With two of the major news stories being followed within the past few weeks having chess undertones, perhaps I should mention them. I am of course typing about Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov. Caught in Japan's Fischer net, Bobby wants to go home to Iceland. Garry Kasparov wants to retire and to go into Russian politics. Neither of these two chess wonders want to play the game.
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