Open up Quick and you'll see two paths you can take: Sell or Search & Buy. Selling an item using Quick is totally straightforward. Just hit List an Item and input all of the vital info, like Title, Price, Category, Description, Payment Options, Delivery Options, and Photos. You can snap a few new pics or import existing ones from your Gallery. If you're selling a fairly common item, there's a nice feature that lets you use Quick to search for it (either by keyword or scanned bar code), in order to autopopulate the item fields. Lastly, at … Read more
We learn that Donald is a one-man polka band, Twitter people are never satisfied, and it may be getting slightly easier out there for pimps. It's all tech related though, we swear.Listen now: Download today's podcast Episode 973
Twitter users ticked off over feed settings tweak http://news.cnet.com/8301-13577_3-10239517-36.html
Intel hammered by EU, faces $1.45 billion fine http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2009/05/intel-hammered-by-eu-faces-145-billion-fine.ars
AMD gains market share from Intel as Atom slumps http://arstechnica.com/hardware/news/2009/05/idc-intel-and-atom-down-amd-up-in-first-quarter.ars
Ill. AG: Craigslist dropping ‘erotic services’ ads http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090513/ap_on_re_us/craigslist_attorneys_general… Read more
In the wake of the murder of Craigslist-advertising masseuse Julissa Brisman, and the arrest of Philip Markoff, Craig Newmark and Jim Buckmaster of Craigslist gave interviews Friday to Martin Bashir of ABC's Nightline.
Their attitude was both defiant and a little uncomfortable.
Bashir asked Newmark whether he was a law-abiding citizen of America, to which the Craigslist founder said he was "very consistent" about that.
As the interviewer read out a few Craigslist ads and asked him if he thought they were ads for prostitution, Newmark replied: "Probably." He said that if there are ads … Read more
It seems like a case of biting the hand that feeds you and then pinches you in that little place you've never told your wife about.
Today's announcement that Illinois' Cook County Sheriff is suing Craigslist for being the largest source of prostitution in America, seems extremely odd.
I just called a couple of people who know about these things and they tell me that one of the easiest ways for police to round up a few workers of the Paid Sex Sorority is to wander along to Craigslist and take down some of the advertisers' particulars.
So … Read more
J.P. Weichel claims he was "venting." But his alleged comments in Craigslist's Rants and Raves section might now lead him to a room where the vents let in a chilling draft.
Colorado prosecutors have decided to bring a case of criminal libel against Mr. Weichel.
Apparently, the state has a law, dating from the 1880s, that says you can be prosecuted for "blackening the name of one who is dead." Or for exposing "the natural defects of one who is alive, and thereby to expose him to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule."… Read more
His name is Craig(slist). Daniel Craig(slist).
In a ruling I find a little perplexing, although my ruling is that most of life is a little perplexing, a judge in a Los Angeles Supreme Court left Craigslist stirred and shaken.
They were forced to reveal the name of the dastardly villain who tried to sell two tickets to the Oscars for $2500. Each.
The man only identified himself as Daniel on the site.
Apparently, those who are invited to the splendidly brief and modest affair, are explicitly told that they must not sell their tickets to anyone.
The reason? … Read more