Well I just moved into my very first house, and given the cozy size of the house and my ridiculous accumulation of stuff, I'm having a little online yard sale. All prices below are "...or best offer" but are already desperately low. Cash is preferred. I need this stuff gone!
- Sealy Pillow-Top Queen Size Mattress and Box Spring Set - $400
Bought in spring of 2001 and used until August 2005. Has only one small stain, and that was from the one and only one occasion where I thought it would be a good idea to eat dinner (a bowl of über-hot ramen) in bed while watching TV. Pillow "top" on both sides, so it can be flipped. No delivery - please pick this up yourself. This sort of set retails for ~$1200.
- College-Level Math and Computer Science Textbooks - various prices
- Applied Materials study guides for semiconductor etching processes (plasma etching, MxP/MxP+ dialectric and silicon etching, etc.), four books in all. $10 for the set of four.
- Chapra, Steven C., and Raymond P. Canale. Introduction to Computing for Engineers, Second Edition (hardcover). Good condition; sparse highlighting. Covers a variety of mathematical and programming topics, an interesting read/reference for the larval-stage hacker. Out of print. Selling for $5.
- Litvin, Maria and Gary. Java Methods: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming. Good condition. Inexplicably popular. Amazon: $44. Selling for $5.
- MacLellan, Bruce J. Principles of Programming Languages, Third Edition (hardcover). Perfect condition. Used in UR CS course "Design and Implementation of Programming Languages". Amazon: $67 to $210. Selling for $20.
- Mueller, Scott. Upgrading and Repairing PCs, Eighth Edition. The 16th edition is current, but the 8th edition works as a decent enough reference. Amazon: $33 to $60. Selling for $10.
- Patterson, David A., and John L. Hennessy. Computer Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software Interface, Second Edition. Perfect condition. Used in UR CS course "Computer Architecture". Amazon: $80. Selling for $20.
- Weiss, Mark Allen. Data Structures and Problem Solving Using JAVA, First Edition. Perfect condition. Used in UR CS course "Data Structures". Amazon: $96. Selling for $20.
Arnold, Ken, and James Gosling. The JAVA Programming Language, Second Edition.Perfect condition. Amazon: $50. FREED to elvenresistance. Gersting, Judith L. Mathematical Structures for Computer Science, Fourth Edition.Perfect condition. Used in UR CS course "Data Structures". Amazon: $87. SOLD for $20 to elvenresistance.
This computer is a home-built PC with 133MHz processor, ~4.5GB storage (2 HDDs), floppy drive, Ethernet card, and keyboard included. Red Hat Linux 6.2 with Gnome/Enlightenment X environment are pre-installed. The computer itself is not in a case; rather, the components are mounted on a sheet of plexiglass which can then be mounted on a wall or under a table top. This was a fun project to construct a functioning wall-mountable machine. Now I'm pretty well done with it. Comes with a printed history of the project. Makes a great demonstration piece for anyone teaching computer architecture at the high school or college level (hint, hint).
Lexmark Z42 Inkjet Printer- SOLD for $10 to ddr_ho
Bought in fall of 2000. Never used, still in original box. Comes with only the power cable. Has ports for both parallel and USB connections. Ink cartridges are possibly long-dead.
ASUS A7V Socket A motherboard and AMD Athlon Thunderbird 900MHz processor- $5 - SOLD to luguvalium All original packaging, manuals, IDE cables, and riser board for additional USB 1.0 ports included. Also includes original receipts totalling $346.20. (We've come a long way since January 2001.)
- Old Verizon cell phone and accessories - FREE
This is one of those old jobbers with just a b/w LCD screen and squishy buttons. Includes all manuals, an extra set of batteries, a fake leather belt case, and a car charger, all in their original packaging. All you have to do is take it to a Verizon store and get it added to your account or something.
- RCA home CD player and radio, non-functional - FREE
There is a fault in the power supply that makes it not turn on sometimes and not turn off other times. Anyone with basic electrical skills can probably have this thing working in under an hour. If you're one of those people take this radio! Comes with all original packaging and manuals, AM and FM antennae, and remote control. 15W/channel. If nothing else, you can plug the speakers into another existing radio.
The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ- FREED to luguvalium
Dropped off at my old apartment three years ago by a couple of nicely reformed young gents. Yours to treasure; you can't put a price on religious texts, I guess.
Small CD racks- FREED to ddr_ho
These are kinda cool; they have doors that open in front, and the CDs are held upright in little holder-things that slide out. Not as space-efficient as a CD binder, but nice for CDs that you might use at your desk constantly. There are two of these, and they stack on top of each other, so if you want one, take both!
OfficeMax generic gray two-drawer cabinet on casters- FREED to crazedvw
The bottom drawer track was slightly damaged in the move but it is reparable and I still have all the parts. Has been useful in the storage of notepads and computer parts in the past.
ASUS A7V Motherboard- FREED to luguvalium
Unknown age and specifications. Appears to have 133MHz memory bus. Old network card with both RJ-45 and coaxial cable ports (!!!) thrown in as an added nostalgia bonus.
Box of 67 used CD jewel cases- FREED to Roscoe
All in good working condition, no breaks or cracks, etc. Also comes with a collection of box art from the albums that used to be inside.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.