Sunday, April 16, 2006


Unlocking new value in practically discarded household items, that's the idea putting Zunafish in the news today. Think in terms of CDs, DVDs, videos, and books that are filling your shelves at home. You've watched them, read them, or listened for as many times as you are apt to listen, and now what? Trade them! There's an investment in the time it takes to list your items (though product codes make the listing relatively automatic), and there's a $1.00 per trade fee assessed in addition to the cost of postage, but in a single afternoon, I turned Bon Jovi into Enya, "A Day Without Rain." Total cost to me? About $3.00.

Got stuff? Wanna trade? Give Zunafish a try!

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Winston said...

Interesting concept. Seems to me it has been tried before, but not sure what happened. Trading, bartering, etc. is likely to become more common as the economy slowly goes insane. Good find... thanks!

Junebugg said...

I'll have to check it out, but we've got some local trading going on. There are several used book stores and CD stores around here, and a few book swapping clubs.
Thanks for the tip, though.