10 Oct '14, 3pm

Dumpster Diving: A Field Guide

Dumpster Diving: A Field Guide

It would be poor form to discuss dumpster diving without acknowledging that it does entail a certain level of privilege. This is often paired with a certain sense of entitlement among those that practice it. People who are able to show up on a schedule at (or behind) a place of business do not necessarily qualify as being among society's neediest, in my books. There's a fine line between scavenging and asking for freebies, and going into stores before closing time to ask for things because "You're throwing them out anyway!" begins to blur that distinction.

Full article: http://hackerspace.lifehacker.com/dumpster-diving-a-field...

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