Repair will rise again?

Some hardware hacker called "bunnie" on why the days of repairing computers instead of throwing them away and buying newer ones might be coming back / here to stay:
"There will be a rise in repair culture as technology becomes less disposable and more permanent. Replacing worn out computer parts five years from their purchase date won’t seem so silly when the replacement part has virtually the same specifications and price as the old part. This rise in repair culture will create a demand for schematics and spare parts that in turn facilitates the growth of open ecosystems and small businesses."
Link to full article (with charts and graphs!)...

Quote #150

"If you've never stared off into the distance, then your life is a shame."

— Adam Duritz

Quote #149

"[B]e using your money now to invest in other people, not to invest in your future leisure."

— Michael Belote