Who delivers Amazon orders? Increasingly, it’s plainclothes contractors with few labor protections, driving their own cars, competing for shifts on the company’s own Uber-like platform. Though it’s deployed in dozens of cities and associated with one of the world’s biggest companies, government agencies and customers…
It’s not too late to get eclipse glasses, but don’t expect to find any in stores. We’ve seen listings on local sale websites like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist, though, so you could still snatch up a pair if you act fast.
Sometimes, you need to spend millions of dollars on CG trailers, magazine advertisements and TV commercials to sell a game. And sometimes, you need to just tell a story straight from the heart.
Are you a "physically fit male" who is "MUSCULAR, and is willing to dress in Dragon Ball Z attire for 2-3 hours"? If so, then boy do I have a job for you.
Poor guy. All he wanted was to provide a service: fixing go-karts. Instead, a jerk repeatedly responded with Mario Kart jokes.
Though major retailers have been cleaned out of their launch-day stock, and supply is expected to be tightly manipulated through the holiday shopping season, the gray market has seen brisk business for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and unlike past console launches, prices have not been alarmingly out-of-hand.
This Craigslist advertisement for a Pac-Man arcade cabinet tells a sweet and sentimental story about its life with its owner, and its role as a favored sleeping perch for his cat. But it may overlook its real value to collectors: It's a rare, illegal clone of the game, known as "Hangly-Man."
Craigslist ain't simply your one-stop source for $27 flea-infested futons, or where you celebrate a third DUI by buying a moped. No, you can find some truly bizarre shit, like this rolling deathtrap in which you may play an Xbox 360 with your knees tucked to your chest.
I'm selling a nice dicent fixie 300 obo just got the rims a week ago but I don't even ride bikes so I don't need it anymore every thing works fine and looks good I paid over 450 for every thing [...]
Some Craigslist ads sound too awesome or crazy to be true. That's where the 'Best Of' page comes in: a Craigslist reader-nominated compilation of the best ads on Craigslist. Craigslist is already infamous for its ads, so you can imagine what sort of thing surfaces in a best-of list. I went through 'em and found a few…
This listing hit Craigslist in Raleigh, N.C. a week ago and immediately went to its best-of archive. As a former resident of North Carolina's capital city, I can tell you that this guy is neither the hero we deserve, nor the one we need right now.
Tickets for the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises might be sold out across the board, but here's one guy with a spare. Don't get too excited: there's a catch.
OK, let's get something straight first. Many of you know I live in the Eugene, Ore. area. Longtime readers remember I got bored and trolled the Craigslist personals in this 2009 post. But I swear to crap I am not the weirdo who posted this.
There's a beautiful crackpot in Seattle who is selling a Star Wars Tie Fighter on Craigslist. Not a little toy, or a model that sits on your desk. He's selling 8 foot x 8 foot replica. Which you can sit in.
A frustrated Utah woman listed her Call of Duty-playing husband on her local Craigslist as free to a good home, "if acceptable replacement is offered will trade."
What could be more exciting than a Friday night nerd orgy at PAX next weekend in Seattle? How about a Friday night nerd orgy with actual females attending?
A loveless gamer on Craigslist defines compatibility in terms of Tetris.
A group of three men in Stafford County, Virginia attempting to rob people responding to ads advertising a PlayStation 3 and an iPhone have authorities warning residents about the dangers of buying electronics through Craigslist.
What resources does the shy E3 attendee have when a pretty girl shows an interest in them at the The Old Republic booth or a talk, dark, glowing-eyed Helghan soldier makes them swoon, but they don't get a number? Craigslist!