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Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: cbelt3
Date: September 04, 2011 08:12PM
Since I have to get up and go work with mrs. cbelt3 at 0500 to install a network line in her office as a side job, I'm going to post this in advance.

Free for cost of shipping One per customer. First PM with a Worthy Tale of Your Expected Use gets it.

Shipping via USPS from 44060. Sending via UPS is just murder...

I prefer to give them to someone who will hug it and squeeze it and call it 'George', maybe give it to a needy adult or little kid after some fixing up. These things are very rugged. If you plan on reselling it on eBay.. pfft. Nah.

One Ibook (Clamshell) Blueberry- G3 300.. CD drive. RAM... I forget. 256M ? .. Will Run OSX 10.3. Famously won as a prize on a DM contest from Smalldog in 2000 ! Works ! Battery life is 0.000 seconds. Two spare dead batteries provide for your entertainment. Charger (from OWC) included. Will be reloaded with default install, and comes with install discs. Power jack is 'iffy'.. common problem. Includes spare power jack. for you to install.

One iBook (Clamshell) SE 466 (Graphite). DVD drive. RAM is 1G.... bought from OWC last year, but decided it wasn't worth more effort. Will run OSX 10.4. Works ! Battery life is about 30 minutes.. I think. Also includes two dead batteries for you to play with. Charger (from OWC) included. Will be reloaded with default install, and comes with install discs. Power jack is 'iffy'.. common problem. Backlight is 'iffy', includes Apple Spare part for backlight issue. I forget what it's called.

And if ANYONE wants a Performa 636 TV that works, or a G3 (Beige) that works, let me know. Not really worth shipping, but hey.. if you wanna drive through Cleveland I can drop 'em into your car from an overpass big grin smiley . They're going to the Big Recycling Center in the Sky next week. I was tempted to force takers of an iBook to take one, but that's like taping a brick to the 'postage paid' postcard.. just too mean.

Have fun, and enjoy your Holiday ! (ed: assuming you have one. I'm working !)



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/04/2011 08:25PM by cbelt3.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: DavidS
Date: September 05, 2011 12:37AM
I have a few items to list here:

1. iPod/MP3 player cassette adapter. Plug into the headphone jack and then into your car's cassette deck to be able to listen to your iPod over your car radio.

2. Griffin Technology SmartDeck - cassette adapter similar to above but plugs in to the dock connector. It doesn't work with all iPods or iPhones, so check and make sure it will work with yours.

3. iPod car charger

4. Buffalo Routers - 4 total. All are 54G models and have been very reliable. I'm not 100% sure of the model numbers, but can check on Monday evening when I get back home.
- WBR-G54 (x2)
- WBR2-G54
- WBR2-G54S
- the routers all work and have been extremely stable. Our house has mostly built-in ethernet wiring, so I don't need these. They can also be flashed to DD-WRT or Tomato.

Items are free for cost of shipping from 30342.

Happy Labor Day, and if you have to work, don't work too hard.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: MarkD
Date: September 05, 2011 08:22AM
Here are some books/software headed for disposal. All books are in very good shape. Depending on what you take, I might even mail 'em to a good home.

Lon Poole, Insights 1986 (Microsoft Press)
Macintosh Bible presents Games(w/CD) (1996)
Danny goodman, Thecomplete Hypercard handbok, 2d edition
Gordon McComb, Mastering MacDraw 1987

Williams and Macias myDiskLabeler program with manual
faxscanner for macintosh 2.02 1992 (still shrink wrapped)
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: John B.
Date: September 05, 2011 08:44AM
DavidS:

I'd like the WBR2-G54 and -G54S. I sent you a PM. Thanks.

John
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: DavidS
Date: September 05, 2011 09:03AM
All the Buffalo routers are spoken for. I'll email you with more details when I get back to town later today or tomorrow morning.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: mattkime
Date: September 05, 2011 10:29AM
Those are nice routers



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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: polychrome
Date: September 05, 2011 12:26PM
Those are reliable routers.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: lafinfil
Date: September 05, 2011 01:42PM
Those are gone routers



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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: microchip
Date: September 05, 2011 01:48PM
Alright, I've got some stuff. I'd just ask you to pay some part of shipping, and I'm happy to give more descriptions if needed:


Red PEEK Email Thing
Sony Ericsson S710a Phone
Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Headset
'Costco' Bluetooth Headset
4x256 PC2-3200 RAM sticks
Top half of some random portable DVD player
iGo Power Adapter with tip for some random Sony Laptop
Assorted iBook G3 parts, ask for more info
Fiber optic color-changing lamp
A Few slinkys
Handspring Visor - may or may not work
DVD Burner, model unknown
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: September 05, 2011 02:55PM
what i gots:
kids books, ages 1-4
kids clothes - probably not worth shipping, but boys clothes in the 1-4 range

ibook g4 12" for parts. I have not taken this apart just yet* but I'm going to tackle it soon (and that means like the coming month). If you are looking for parts, let me know. bad logic board, I think.

*slight possibility that I would try to get it running but that is very slight.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: marksomebodyelse
Date: September 05, 2011 04:01PM
Free for a donation to any animal rescue league or food bank.
All mailed from West Bloomfield, MI

1 HP Photosmart quick recharge kit Li-on battery, quick charger and case. Fir all Photosmart R cameras

1 USB2 Photo transfer hard drive case holds a 2.5" hard drive and allows you to transfer pictures from a camera or SD card to a hard drive. It also works as an external hard drive. PATA not SATA.

Dragon Natural speaking 10 for windows

1 unknown brand 3 port PCI card Firewire 400

1 Sandisk 256MB mini-sd card

1 32 MB Sandisk Multimedia card

PM me with any questions or if you want any of this quality stuff.



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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: cbelt3
Date: September 05, 2011 05:11PM
Ibooks are spoken for... sorry for the late response, but I was internet-less until just now..... installing network cabling at wife's work, where they are so... clueless... that they use hard coded IP addresses for each computer. Dude. It's not 1992 any more !

They will go to beauty and children.. so I expect they'll enjoy themselves.

The ancient Macs will go ... to e-recycling.
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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: Black
Date: September 05, 2011 09:29PM
I don't even want to think about what I have in my colossal crap pile--- feel free to post wants/needs as well and maybe something eill click.




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Re: Free Monday ... Opening Salvo
Posted by: graylocks
Date: September 05, 2011 09:30PM
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DavidS
I have a few items to list here:

1. iPod/MP3 player cassette adapter. Plug into the headphone jack and then into your car's cassette deck to be able to listen to your iPod over your car radio.

DavidS, is this still available? we just got a second car and my son has been asking me to pick one of those up for it so he can play his shuffle through the stereo like he does in the van.

i'll PM you.



"Success isn't about how much money you make. It is about the difference you make in people's lives."--Michelle Obama



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/05/2011 09:30PM by graylocks.
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