1. Buy new items from eBay merchants.
2. Prices are fixed. No bidding and no waiting for an auction to end.
3. You have one shopping cart and can buy from different merchants i.e. free of the hassle of paying each merchant separately.
4. Everything including shipping done through one payment process.
5. Buyer protection is included.
About time too eBay, what took you so long?
Anyone interested? Am in Dublin on the 14th for a concert so may come up a day early.
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Is this some kind of child abuse?
Richard gives 13 tips on blogging for the novice. Very well said Richard.
Lets start some bets on who’ll go next? Perhaps we can build a web 2.0 app for it and call it DeadPoolzr? We can have an OPML structure around it too and we can have feeds for feeds and strcutured blogging and microcontent. Deadpoolzr could be a fantastic global microbrand.
Was at a party last night and we started talking about various TV shows. Lost, Veronica Mars, Battlestar Galactica and the West Wing. Someone mentioned that they wanted to get “My So-called life” on DVD and the prices for used copies on amazon are over $150 and new copies retail at $250. This is a 5 disc box set. Holy mackerel. Meanwhile I can get it from someone on Ebay for a fiver sterling.
Only 19 episodes of that show were made. Pity because it was a great show for its day. Wouldn’t you think they’d drop the price and make it available to a lot more people. Long tail and all that jazz.
Via Smartmobs, via the Guardian is news that the Sussex Ambulance service is giving away first aid mp3s on Burns, Fits, Wounds, CPR for adults and CPR for babies. These are professionally produced mp3s using the scripts that emergency operators use if you ring 999. A good resource to add to your iPod.
Seems Irish people will be told where the speed cameras are. I wonder how many will still get done over this? I bet a lot.