Apr 6, 2019
We talk with Lucy Lloyd, a self-taught Apple product
repair and support technician living in Sedan, Minnesota, a town
with a population of less than fifty people. We talk about
everything from growing up in a small town to setting up her
independent repair business in the corner of her mom’s flower shop.
We also talk a lot about the right to
repair, a really important political issue that
directly impacts repair workers like Lucy and all of us who use,
consume, and depend on technologies from cars to smart
- U.S. PIRG - Right to
- Emily Matchar, Smithsonian Magazine, "The Fight for the
'Right to Repair'"
- Nathan Proctor, WIRED, "Corporations are Co-Opting
- Nathan Proctor, WIRED, "Right to Repair Is
Now a National Issue"
- Maximillian Alvarez, The Baffler, "The Death of
- Rosie Spinks, The Guardian, "We're All Losers to
a Gadget Industry Built on Planned
- Jason Koebler, Motherboard, "Tractor-Hacking
Farmers Are Leading a Revolt Against Big Tech's Repair
- Matthew Gault, Motherboard, "The World Economic
Forum Tells Davos: Electronics are 'the Fastest-Growing Waste
Stream in the World'"
sourced from the
- Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
- Creo, "Place on Fire"