3. You Can Think Differently About Upgrading
Don't run out and buy the next cool item Apple or any other electronics company makes. Think before you do. Ask do I need this? This takes the power away from the corporation and puts it back in the hands of the consumer where it belongs.
4. You Can Connect and Educate Yourself
China Labor Watch and SACOM are organizations that work to track and hold accountable our largest corporations, which routinely abuse, poison and exploit China's people to make electronics.
5. You Can Tell Others
"In a world of silence, speaking itself is an action. It can be the first seeds of actual change. Do not be afraid to plant them."
The handout concludes with the words,
"Spread the virus."
Awareness is the first step and if Daisey's done that then he's done his job. Don't shoot the messenger.
NOTE: Jonathan Mark, 19, a student at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University School of Design incorporated Steve Jobs' silhouette into the original bite of the Apple logo.