February 12, 2014
You can search for a place that recycles them by using the search tool at Earth911.
If you’re in NYC, you can also check out the NYC Department of Sanitation’s website for Household Special Waste Drop-Off Sites. Just make sure you look at the bottom of the page for the days they’re open (because it’s a strange schedule), what you’ll need to be allowed to drop off (such as ID and proof of address), and what the limits are for each type of special waste (you’re only allowed to bring two compact fluorescent lights per visit, for example).
Thanks in advance for recycling!
Just a cool pic I took this morning. Only with some creativity can you even try to relate it to this post.
February 6, 2014
I absolutely love the new KEF M500 headphones my wonderful husband just gave me. He searched high and low for a pair of headphones to replace the Sony MDR-V700s I was using. Since I switched to the KEFs, I now realize how heavy and uncomfortable the Sonys were. The KEFs are light, ridiculously comfortable and the sound is perfect. I also love the way they look – they’re on the smaller side of full-size headphones, look like on-ear headphones, and sound like over-ear headphones. They are sleek, and best of all, they don’t have a brand plastered all over them! (There is branding on each side, but it’s acceptably minimal in my opinion.) The device-side of the cable has an angled L-plug, which I find convenient especially when plugging into my laptop, since I’ve got a very cluttered desk and it’s a tight fit. These headphones retail for $299, but I have seen them on Amazon for as low as $249. Keep watching!
If you’re looking for a masterfully beautiful album to listen to on such wonderful headphones, I would like to suggest HD from ATOM™ if you like minimalist, pristine, scientific, electronic music that wrenches the soul out of machines and feeds your heart through your ears. (I’m kind of in love with this particular album.) The quality of this release demonstrates the quality of the headphones particularly well.
Picture of the box
What you get in the box.
How the headphones are put together.
How the headphones fold up for easy storage in the hard case.
To give you an idea of how they fit on your head (you don’t need to see my face!).