OK, we're having a clearout. If you'd like any of this stuff, ask, first come first served. You'll have to work out how we can unite you with our Unnecessary Stuff™. We'll probably tip/charity shop anything remaining after a few days. Update: All now gone or gone to charity except that we do still have excess fanzines and are willing to entertain options for getting rid of them.
A Creative blasterkeys (musical) 49 key fullsize keyboard. No hammer action or anything; this is a cheap keyboard. This appears to work without drivers in PCs with Creative soundcards, and it doesn't (and didn't) come with drivers. It works from the MIDI/joystick port of a PC.
A Jessops lens case for a medium size telephoto lens (no lens; I used this for my stereo APS camera, back before they made small videocam bags that were the right size for a twin rig). Unzips both ends, no other key features.
A travel cot. Very well used and therefore grubby. Could probably be cleaned.
Two disposable Kodak film cameras, use by 7/04. No flash, strictly for sunlight. These look pretty damn square, so if you want to try out the world's cheapest stereo rig you could grab them and then tape them to a piece of wood.
A random crate full of recent fanzines, apazines and so on. (update: some of which, but not all, is now accounted for)
A case suitable for a small to medium sized notebook computer. We have a big computer that won't fit it.
A television stand for a Sony 28" widescreen TV.
2 belkin network cards, PCI. Not wireless. We needed a 25m network cable, and the cheapest one we could find came with 2 free network cards.
A Psion 3a with a broken hinge. A Psion 5. It works, but has no stylus and all the paint has peeled off it so it's rather unprepossessing.
1MB Psion flash SSD. Well used but working.
Psiwin for windows.
A Fujifilm FD-A2 floppy disk adapter. If you carry the adapter and the drivers on a floppy disk it allows you to get photos from a SmartMedia card onto almost any PC.
US Robotics 56k external modem. Pretty well unused. Sorry no drivers (but you can get them from the web I'm sure)
Microsoft EasyBall serial mouse. Huge trackball designed for small children. Can be driven by any recent version of Intellipoint I think.
Books. HTML for Dummies Quick Reference Guide. The Good Beer Guide 2002 The World Almanac 2000
Magnetic Fields: 69 Love Songs Vol. 1 -- we later bought the 3volume set of course. Oysterband: Deserters (one of their better studio albums). Festival of Folk: 2 volume Cooking Vinyl sampler, with loads of good tracks from Oysterband, Billy Bragg, Ewan MacColl, June Tabor, Michelle Shocked, Incantation, Goats Don't Shave, Rory McLeod, Tom Robinson and many more.
Dupe DVD: The Complete Bagpuss
Cassette: BBC's Lord of the Rings on cassette. We have this on MP3 now so this is rather superfluous to requirements (and takes up space). Good for the car.
Games (all PC): Quake III: Arena (only for distribution with Belkin networking products) Black and White System Shock II