Charred laptop at Yahoo!

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    On the 8th floor of Yahoo's Mission College campus today, apparenty a machine burst into flames. Here are the remains. It emptied the building, complete with fire alarm and all. Go DELL and Intel!

    For an update on the story behind this, visit www.pushbuttonfor.org/things-are-on-fire-at-yahoo/

    Sasha Verhage, wes.co.tt, (nz)dave, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ido Green 104 months ago | reply

      WOW!!! :) you are the best... how u took this photo so quickly? :)

    2. aaroncoolio 104 months ago | reply

      Nice picture! Also, it's a Dell. Check out this shot to see the Dell logo: flickr.com/photos/visceralpleasures/248443636/

    3. Gino 104 months ago | reply

      The guts hanging out are just gnarly. Like those black snake fireworks you'd get as a kid.

    4. Sasha Verhage 104 months ago | reply

      Wow....thanks for Exhibit A. The smell of a burning DELL wasn't swell.

    5. Gino 104 months ago | reply

      I ordered my Apple Powerbook battery replacement last week. I hope it arrives soon...

    6. *coops* 104 months ago | reply

      Looks like it just got back from Afghanistan. Are those bullet holes?

    7. Jedi Photo 104 months ago | reply

      Funny how one burning laptop can be smelt from 4 floors below

    8. Gino 104 months ago | reply

      Isn't a smelt a small silvery fish?

    9. (nz)dave 104 months ago | reply

      So that's what all the lunchtime fuss was about - no wonder they are doing a massive battery recall!

    10. Bamalama 104 months ago | reply

      Cool...There latest add campaign "Easy as Dell" will now be changed to "Laptops from Hell"!

    11. TOLZ 104 months ago | reply

      Sony Molotov cocktail inside =)

    12. ajlego 104 months ago | reply

      Can anyone identify the Dell model? I don't recognize it and can't recall a Dell laptop of any model of any year with jacks on the front.

    13. skawtnyc 104 months ago | reply

      Don't blame Dell. This is all due to bad Sony batteries. And they supply laptop batteries to most of the major laptop manufacturers, inclusing Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, and Apple.

    14. kit_mal 103 months ago | reply

      it's the batteries... an now more reasons why laptops aren't safe in teh lap :p

    15. gLiTTeRb☺i® 99 months ago | reply

      yup... charred ... :-O

    16. AussieGold 75 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Yahoo! Offices, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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