January 11, 2008
Buy my garage sale items on Amazon
click here to see my latest Amazon garage sale. Just have time to put a bunch of stuff up there. I prefer Amazon since they have all the metadata for new things. And the average sales prices are higher than Ebay. All things new.
Natural Capitalism, essential reading for any clean green capitalist.
and a Netgear WPN824 and DLink VOIP gateway are my favorites.
November 6, 2005
Sennheiser PXC 250 noise canceling headphones for sale
November 4, 2005
Kyocera Finecam SL300R for sale
I just got the Casio EXILIM EX-S500 so out with last year's camera. eBay: Kyocera Finecam SL300R, GREAT Camera! (item 7560490335 end time Nov-11-05 21:01:35 PST)
October 29, 2005
Lots of gadgets on Ebay
Finally am getting around to listing lots of gadgets on e-bay. Most are fun but I have just replaced them with newer ones. All $1 starting bid. Check out the first generation Boase Noise canceling headphones, Tapwave Zodiac, IBM Thinkpad X20, Jabra 800, Watchguard Soho, Logitech QuickCam and a bundle of X10 stuff!
August 10, 2005
buy my wheels
Put new wheels on the Beetle. 18's, black with fast tires. Buy my OEM wheels off e-bay. eBay Motors: OEM VW Beetle 16" wheels and tires also Jetta, Golf, TT (item 7991302457 end time Aug-10-05 20:48:24 PDT)
April 5, 2004
Stuff I am selling on e-bay
I went on a binge and cleaned out the closets this weekend:
January 20, 2004
You can also donate to M&A foundation by Paypal now
Now part of Walmart
My Foundation now is a Walmart affiliate and any of your purchases there will go to support the Foundation. Happy shopping!
January 9, 2004
Amazon's 800 number
Props to Kevin Kelly for this:
On average I've ordered from Amazon once a week for the last four years or so. Not just books, but power tools, toys, kitchen stuff, the whole lot. Given the volume of my orders I think their customer service is super great; it sets the gold standard for other companies. No other merchant online or offline has provided the ease and accuracy of ordering as Amazon does. Still, in my experience there are occasionally glitches that their email-bots can't deal with, usually entailing a minor billing snafu. In these rare cases you need Amazon.com's almost-secret real-person customer service telephone number. You won't find it on their website. I once got it by calling 800 directory assistance. In any case, they make it hard to find because a call costs Amazon more, so you should jot down this number for those special moments when only a human will do: 800-201-7575.
--KK [recommended by Joseph Stirt]