[Noisebridge-discuss] Donations in, crap out : Reusing my surplus, recycling Noisebridge's waste

Tymm Twillman tymmothy at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 00:56:56 UTC 2011

while i have neither punch nor pie, i do have some stale oatmeal raisin cookies... and :

an EPIA system (circa 2005/2006) that might be able to replace a power hungry server that doesn't have to be too fast (it's in a small shuttle-like case, either 512 or 1G ram, not sure; needs PATA HDD), 

a Model M clicky keyboard (PS2 -- slight cosmetic damage though works great) 

and a Emu Proteus / 1 MIDI noisemaker (er, synth) 

that could happily go to NB if someone wants to swing by my shop and grab them.  Won't fit on my scooter for drop-off unfortunately.

unfortunately haven't been able to find the extra pedal for a Dremel.  i'd be happy to make up for it with a bread machine however.

On Jan 10, 2011, at 4:41 PM, Corey McGuire wrote:

> More crap;
> * wireless mouse from logitech
> * Dell and apple laptop psu's
> * thermal electric junctions, 30w and 40w I believe
> * foam dart gun
> * more optical drives
> * sound level meter
> * high tech transistor radio...from the early 70's
> * 20amp 120v timer
> * more rc crap
> * network switches
> * more fans and blowers and heatsinks
> * nics
> * ram
> * PCMCIA cards
> * punch and pie
> On Friday, January 7, 2011, Corey McGuire <coreyfro at coreyfro.com> wrote:
>> I'm not going to do a complete inventory, but my donations for noisebridge or its members will be:
>>  laptops, maybe 20 of them, 486 to P4.  Various state of function from working perfectly to one medium degree problem (nothing with a destroyed screen, maybe sticky/broken keys or over heating issue).
>> Optical drives I don't use any more (SCSI, CD only, PATA, all should work)KVM's for VGA systemsMotorssmall pieces of bar stock for milling or lathe workcablesold drills/saws/penis-grinders
>> text books from the past 10 years (herstory, engrish, maths)Art bookspr0n pretending to be art booksart books pretending to be pr0nD&D booksD&D books pretending to be pr0n
>> Computer booksRC model crap
>> But primarily, I'll be shot gunning Noisebridge will all items I deem appropriate and of having a value greater than ".,.,m,e,h,.,."
>> I may have two piles, things I am donation to noisebridge for hacking and those things I am donating for grabbing.  I will do this only if I claim them as a write off.  This is to protect Noisebridge.
>> Things in the Hacking Pile MUST BE PUT TO USE AS A PROJECT.  Again, protecting Noisebridge.
>> I am not going to be on top of listing the items because they will be trickling in.  This is why I am offering the recycling-by-uhaul trip. Because I am lazy and noisebridge surly has stuff it doesn't want or need.
>> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 11:25 AM, Albert Sweigart <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Sounds like a good trade off. Can you give examples of some of the
>> miscellany? Computer hardware? Books? Power tools?
>> -Al
>> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 1:51 AM, Corey McGuire <coreyfro at coreyfro.com> wrote:
>>> So I have a bunch of Miscellaneous stuff that I think has value but I cannot
>>> justify keeping any more because I am moving.  I want to donate it to
>>> NB...lots of electronics, lots of books, lots of novelty.
>>> But I am sure there are people who are afraid of accruing more clutter at
>>> NB.
>>> I am going to donate it anyway, but to offset my clutter footprint, I am
>>> going to offer the services of my u-haul (when I move) to remove waste from
>>> noisebridge.  I don't know where to take e-waste yet, but I know I will have
>>> a u-haul mid February.
>>> I will bring my donations soon, I will bring my u-haul mid February.  I
>>> leave it to the folks at noisebridge to take advantage of my offer.
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