Weekly Roundup

If you have any used electronics lying around gathering dust why not try to get a little cash out of them. Go to Buy My Tronics and type the model number, condition and any accessories and they will make an offer if they are interested. They even pay for shipping.

Aardvark is “a new kind of tool that lets you tap into the knowledge and experience of friends and friends-of-friends. Send Aardvark a question (from the web, IM, email, Twitter, or iPhone) and you’ll get a quick, helpful response” within about 10 minutes.

Civil Answers offers free legal assistance in the form of an online question and answer service. You can ask legal questions that are answered by a network of attorneys and experts.

Here is some solid advice on four ways to stop gorging on gratification.

I’m not so sure What Should I Read Next has been kept current, but it is still an interesting idea. Enter a book you like and the site will analyze your choice and choose from their database of over 75,000 different titles and more than a million reader recommendations for something for you to read next.

And now for something completely different – a site or two off the beaten path.

You never know what will pop up on Neatorama. A random sampling of their front page as of this writing finds articles on weird inventions, the discovery of 2,400 year old soup, videos, games and unusual gift ideas.

A visit to The Real Life Super Hero Project will prove once and for all that superheros really do exist. Don’t believe it? Check it out for yourself!

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
This article outlines some ideas on how to save money using a locker.

Make it a great weekend!

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