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Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Need to get rid of a whole bunch of programming
books. TALK ABOUT FREE SOFTWARE!!!
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First, I do think this would be terrific for the NYLXS library. If the library
is at your house then maybe I will hire a car service and bring them to you.
You live close enough.
Second, I am trying to clear out a whole bunch of books and other stuff I
don't use (clothes, lamps, real old ugly picture frames, etc.). I am
overwhelmed with too many things other people can use that are sitting here
collecting dust. And we may move when the rent hikes kick in.
Third, I have some sealed hardware (USB 2.0, External Hard Drive, etc.) that
you can have. And opened XANDROS and SUSE (9.3 & 10.0) distributions I will
give you. I simply don't use them. They are literally dusty.
I see you called last night. I will call later today to arrange a delivery day
& time if you want this stuff.
> They sound like an addition to the NYLXS Library. I have a question. Why
> are you dumping them suddenly?