Tucked away at the base of Stone Way North on the east edge of Fremont, local nonprofit InterConnection.org has been recycling computers and other electronics since 1999. They celebrated their 16th year of operations last night at the Living Computer Museum, with a report on their grants of computers here and across the world, their remodel of their Fremont store and their expansion to a store-within-a-store at the St. Vincent de Paul in Bothell.  InterConnection connects “non-profit organizations and underserved communities around the world to the computers and communications technology they need [and provides] businesses and individuals with a convenient and responsible way to donate and recycle computers and electronics.”    The photos demonstrate some of the work InterConnection does, as presented by founder Charles Brennick. Glad Fremont is home to such good work.