Anybody interested in a Kindle DX? - I think it is 2nd generation.
It doesn't appear to power on - is stuck on the one image of Ralph
Ellison. Have tried replacing the battery, but this hasn't helped. So I
have two batteries for it now - probably both are good.
Inside it also has a removable 3G card (AnyData DTP-600W) and a mini sim
Can't help thing this might still be of value despite not turning on,
however not sure what to do with it.
I think I saw somebody a while back asking for 2nd hand Kindle devices,
but I can't remember who that was now.
I can't erase the memory - don't think this matters - I didn't read
anything confidential, however have disconnected it from my Amazon
Brian May <brian(a)linuxpenguins.xyz>
Ironically despite the recent bolloxing of the LUV email list servers
From: addresses, this and several other recent luv-talk emails have
started ending up in my google spam folder, despite it being claimed that
the changes were because of google spam categorisation.
On Mon, 29 Feb 2016, Andrew Pam wrote:
> Apologies for the very late notice! We've had some difficulties with
> the regular venue.
> LUV Main March 2016 Meeting
> Start: Mar 1 2015 18:30
> End: Mar 1 2015 20:30
> Location: Infoxchange, 33 Elizabeth St. Richmond
> Link: http://luv.asn.au/meetings/map
> PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE
> • Russell Coker, encryption and authentication with LetsEncrypt and TOR
> • Andrew Pam, the best talks of the LCA2016 conference
> Russell Coker, encryption and authentication with LetsEncrypt and TOR
> Russell will be talking about and demonstrating the latest options for
> encryption and authentication of the web with LetsEncrypt and TOR hidden
> services. Learn how to get a free certificate for your domain!
> Russell has done lots of Linux development over the years, mostly
> involved with Debian.
> Andrew Pam, the best talks of the LCA2016 conference
> LUV members who attended this year's conference in Geelong will discuss
> our favourite talks and probably show some video.
> Andrew Pam first discovered an interest in boolean logic when his mother
> carried him in her arms at just the right height to reach light switches
> as they passed through doorways. He was lucky enough to go to a school
> with an obsolete PDP/8e: switches, lights, core memory, paper tape,
> punched cards and all. He first started programming on a TRS-80 model 1
> level I and the first computer he owned was a Commodore VIC-20. He has
> run the gaming Miniconference at linux.conf.au in the past and enjoys
> playing computer games on Linux systems. He is the current president of
> Linux Users of Victoria.
> 33 Elizabeth St. Richmond 3121 (enter via the garage on Jonas St.)
> Late arrivals, please call (0490) 049 589 for access to the venue.
> Before and/or after each meeting those who are interested are welcome to
> join other members for dinner. We are open to suggestions for a good
> place to eat near our venue. There are many great restaurants on
> Victoria St. Richmond.
> LUV would like to acknowledge Infoxchange for the meeting venue.
> Linux Users of Victoria Inc. is an incorporated association,
> registration number A0040056C.
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