Being a good Craigslist buyer

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Recently, I’ve been helping a friend get rid of some stuff on Craigslist.  I’ve always been pretty good at selling things on Craigslist and for the most part, it’s easy.  Listing is free, browsing is free, and Craigslist takes care of anonymizing your email for you.  I like it better than eBay because it’s local and you don’t have to bother with shipping.  But at some point,...

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Updates: March 31 – April 6

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Guess what? It’s time for another Davis Cup weekly update! Thanks to Canada beating Spain a few months ago, we’re into the Quarter Finals this weekend. Somehow, Vancouver struck the jackpot again – not only is Canada hosting the tie, it’s in Vancouver again. This time, I didn’t pass up the opportunity to grab tickets. I’ll be heading there tomorrow, and after each...

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Updates: January 6 – 12

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Don’t forget about the $1000 cash giveaway we’re co-hosting! Check it out here. I’ve been saving for a new computer for some time now. A few bucks here and there, but it adds up. I do enjoy playing some computer games from time to time, and the last time that I bought a computer the full system cost me approximately $1200 including a monitor.  I knew it would cost me less this time,...

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Selling items effectively on Craigslist

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Brian and I got rid of a lot of items prior to our move to the new condo.  One of the reasons was practical – we simply didn’t have the room in the new place to keep everything!  A lesser but equally important reason – we wanted to pare down on the number of items that we had.  But what to do with all our crap?  There was furniture, books, clothes… even a electric blue...

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