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Alright, poppets, just a brief update tonight. First of all, I'm absolutely thrilled with the response I got to the Mad Libs Monday invitation. Eight people signed up to participate, and I cannot wait to see how this all comes together. My body is too crippled by stress to jump for joy right now, but I hope to be in a better place by Sunday, when I do the filming and editing.

Second, I'm considering selling off my Flip camcorder and a two-year-old (maybe not even) Canon point-and-shoot, both of which are in good condition. (Why? Because hi, I'm broke and don't need five or six cameras.) The thing is that I don't ever sell stuff online, and some places *cough* eBay *cough* seem to require more effort than is worth my while to create a posting. Suggestions, anyone?

(Why can't selling stuff in real life be as easy as selling stuff in the Sims?)

Erini

Erini

Craigslist or Zaarly?

I'm selling my iMac on those sites. I'm also going to print up a little flyer to post at school, I can include your stuff on there if you'd like. I know of a fact at least one person was looking for a Flip (I couldn't find my old one to sell)... And if you want, if you sell your stuff to someone stranger online in the city, if I'm free and I go with you for the sale so you're not alone. :)

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

Thanks for the support and ideas! I guess I'll sit down on Monday to figure out Craigslist and see where that takes me. Or maybe I'll just try selling to my Twitter/Tumblr friends first and then brave the scary waters of Craigslist.

B

B

I'd try using Craigslist if you want to stay away from Ebay!

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

Truth: I'm terrified of using Craigslist or eBay. However, I guess when you're selling stuff, you need to go where the buyers are, right?

P.S. I love your Gravatar. :)

B

B

It can be scary but it's not that bad! :D Thanks!