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Hard drive clock combines endless march of time, inevitable data loss

Nilay Patel
January 6, 2008
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What to do with a busted hard drive, except mourn the loss of your janky Apple rumor renderings? Throw in the mechanism from an old analog clock and a CD-R, and it looks like you can get yourself a nice ersatz hard drive clock. This one from Ishai Gun is actually held together by melted pen plastic, which raises the hack factor a little, but we're holding the +10 bonus for the true sexy.

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