Many of us have a junk drawer full of old USB flash drives that we're not sure what to do with. They are reusable, so you can wipe them clean and use them at home or to share files with others. But if you have a lot, you can recycle them and do something good, too. The website RecycleUSB.com accepts working USB flash drives and erases them, then loads them with educational tools for kids 5 to 12 years of age. Working in tandem with Sugar Labs, these flash drives can be used on any computer by kids all over the world, including those who need educational tools the most.
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