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Topic # 42785 10-Oct-2009 15:48
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Guys,


I have approximately 2'4" of old computer magazines - ages are from 2000 to about 2007/2008.


Mostly NZ PCWorld + Australian Personal Computer magazine, but there are some Linux magazines and the occasionally Mac magazine in there as well.


I just want someone who will appreciate the magazines to take them off my hands - not so keen on them heading to the recycling station before I check if there is someone who will take them instead.


Also included are some of the disks that came with the magazines.


It's all there for the taking, as long as you can come and pick them up (Pick up is Albany region).


First person to PM me with the phrase "I'll take those magazines off your hands and save them from the fate of the paper recycling" gets 'em.


(No, seriously - PM me, I'll use the date stamp on the incoming message if there are more than one person to claim them)


Thanks,
Wazzä.

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  Reply # 264147 15-Oct-2009 21:43
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Hrmmm ... even less interest than I thought. Scheduling these to go to the recycling on Monday.

Cheers all.

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