Monday, April 30, 2012


  • Weve seen our fair share of insane and ridiculous Craigslist ads, from the girl who was knocked up at a Motorhead concert and someone offering to be your personal dinosaur to the most hipster ass bike and a used yoga mat.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • By DANA KRANGEL Special to WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Whats not to love about a band that found two of its members on Craigslist? Similar to the internet giant, local rockers D.V.N.O. bring variety, awesomeness, and free stereos to the table.
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  • SAUSALITO -- Police have arrested a suspected bicycle thief in Sausalito. On March 13, a man who bought a bicycle for $2,300 on Craigslist reported to police that he had purchased a stolen bike, according to Sausalito police.
  • (Contra Costa Times)
  • One Seattle car owner has mastered the art of the hard sell. A Craigslist ad for a 1995 Pontiac Grand Am is making waves for its unconventional approach to self-promotion. For one thing, it's bright yellow.
  • (Time)
  • Craiglist is used by more than 50 million in the US alone to buy and sell stuff, find apartments, work, etc. Craigslist epitomizes anti-marketing and anti-design yet it is hugely successful.
  • (CMSWire)
  • For those developers who are not willing to go to such desperate measures as the guy who has placed an ad on Craigslist in the hope of changing his name and getting a ticket to WWDC, theres the Indie Developer Lab.
  • (PC Advisor)
  • Producer: "Derrell. Nice to meet you." Using his middle name and wearing a hidden camera, our I-Team producer answered an ad on Craigslist. Producer: "So, it's just $750?" Amy Meinbresse: "Yup. And the $750 for security deposit.
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  • JACKSONVILLE- Craigslist, Ebay, garage sales and flea markets are just a few places you can get good deals on used items. But not all previously owned items are created equal. Heres a list of the top 10 items the experts say you should always buy new.
  • (First Coast News)
  • A man trying to sell his car on Craigslist got taken for a ride Monday by a Daly City man who allegedly threatened the seller and demanded the vehicle's pink slip.
  • (San Francisco Examiner)
  • Since its founding in 1995, the free classified-ad Web site Craigslist has made it much simpler to find bargains on vintage clothes, used furniture and LPs.
  • (Washington Post)

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