Recently, one of our personal repair heroes stopped by iFixit’s California office. And we couldn’t resist the urge to talk shop.
A photo posted by @restartproject on Jan 5, 2016 at 7:00am PST
Janet Gunter is the co-founder of The Restart Project—an amazing UK-based repair organization. Like iFixit, Janet and her fellow Restarters aim to redefine the relationship people have with their stuff—especially their broken stuff. During regular Restart Parties, the organization invites community members to bring in something broken, get it diagnosed, and learn how to fix it with one of the organization’s expert fixers.
Our co-founder Kyle Wiens sat down with Janet to chat about the group’s mission:
Want to host your own repair event? The Restart Project has lots of resources to help you launch your own Restart Party—wherever you happen to be. And this year, the organization plans to work with a lot more schools and education centers. In fact, they recently partnered with a New York City high school to help educators there open a student-run repair center, called the Restart Center. You can read our profile on that student repair center here.
A restarter helps repair a broken phone. This photo and the banner photo are courtesy of The Restart Project.
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