Just wanted to give a little shout out to one of my favorite sharing economy companies, Yerdle.
For those of you that don't know, Yerdle is kind of like a mashup of craigslist, ebay, and local currency.
The basic concept is you list things in auction format, people use points to buy.
I have found that Yerdle's killer app is turning something I don't feel is worth the time/effort to list on ebay or craigslist because I won't get enough for them to make it worth my time but I don't just want to throw away into things that I can actually use.
The best example of this is outdated electronics. I have listed an original kindle, the GPS I no longer used, an HD Flip camera, and other stuff like that which if I am being honest I would have probably tossed previously.
I have turned those things into extra cables for my existing electronics (I hate having to buy extra cables) and an original Nintendo GameBoy with Tetris.
You can use this link to get 25 credits to check it out, if you'd like: https://yerdle.com/i/zack-luby
Yerdle is great for listing electronics which aren't valuable enough to be worth ebaying or craiglisting, but which are too valuable to end up in a landfill.