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Hi everyone!

I have many, many back issues of MacHome Journal and some MacToday back issues.

They are offered free to a good home (must pay shipping!). If there are no takers here, I'm also looking for suggestions for places to donate them where they can be useful.

So, you Apple users, gimme your best suggestions!

Gently,

jak
Mac user since 1991
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Offer the entire lot on eBay. Be certain about the shipping cost before you list. I would say weigh the stack and add some more for packaging. Them get a parcel post cost to the most distant point from you in the USA.

It is amazing how much people pay for things on eBay. You can be certain the mags will have a good home if someone is willing to pay money for them.<BG>

Gordon
Atlanta
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If you don't get any takers on Ebay, consider Freecycling them. We've listed stuff there and had folks picking it up literally an hour or two later!

www.freecycle.org (note: not .com)

PS - if you sign up and live in a bigger city, you may want to turn on digest mode to avoid being inundated
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PS - if you sign up and live in a bigger city, you may want to turn on digest mode to avoid being inundated

You can also set it to receive only the admin mail and read the postings on the Yahoo group web page for that mailing list. That way no clutter in your inbox.

I've only given stuff away on Freecycle and never claimed anything. I have it set to work the way mentioned above. Any mail I get is related to stuff I give away and not all the other junk going by.

Paul
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Geez Louise! I have been throwing my older MacWorld issues in the trash.

Birgit
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Offer the entire lot on eBay. Be certain about the shipping cost before you list. I would say weigh the stack and add some more for packaging. Them get a parcel post cost to the most distant point from you in the USA.

Media Mail is a whole lot cheaper!

It is slower, but this is the method most people on half.com and such mail books. It's not just a book rate, but media rate, so it works for things like software and I believe magazines too. There's info at the post office and on their website as to what can be sent that method.

4aapl
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Regarding Ebay, shipping info, etc; there's an excellent resource here on the Fool should you need any more specific help.

The Selling Books and Stuff Online board:
http://boards.fool.com/messages.asp?mid=24091559&bid=116175
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Thanks to all!

I now have several ways to approach the situation!

Gently,

jak
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