[Noisebridge-discuss] hardware donations

Ian ian at slumbrparty.com
Mon Jun 15 22:56:34 UTC 2009

yeah. i'm definitely not looking to dump all my unless crap onto nb.
then again, the definition of crap varies from person to person. if i
have time, i will make a list of the things and wait for people to say
yay or nay. the more likely scenario is i bring everything that i
think people would want, leave it there for a week or two, and then
take what's left away, unless anyone has a problem with that.

my books are actually like... good. i just recently got a kindle and i
am trying to shed my books made of paper (gross) :). admittedly, i am
moving too.



On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Rachel McConnell<rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
> For proper excellence, all donated items should be ACTUALLY USEFUL, not
> just unused by the donor.  So checking with the list is exactly right.
> Technical books are always useful if they are not out of date.
> Anyone have a use for the other items?
> (Noisebridge really can't take all the crap we don't want any more and
> are too lazy to get rid of properly.  We've got far too much of that
> already.  If nobody thinks these are useful, I suggest Freecycle.)
> Rachel
> Ian wrote:
>> if i have things like... technical books, dell axim v, cables, 17" LCD
>> monitor, etc. can i just bring them to noisebridge? or is there a
>> process for donating my stuff?
>> thanks,
>> ian
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