This summer, I new I’d have a lot of time. Not in the usual sense, because my summer job would keep me indoors from 11am to 7pm every workday, so the days were pretty much shot. By time I mean, brain-time. Having just started back at school last year, I was in the zone. The go-go-go, no time to sleep, constantly working/studying zone. That’s a hard place to snap out of.
So this summer, I set myself a few projects to keep myself busy and mentally active. One of them was Ryeads.com.
What is Ryeads.com you ask? Well, back when I was a student at McGill, and I wanted to find a good price on a used text book, I’d check out the school’s site, scroll down, and click on Classified Ads. It was perfect. A school run site that only faculty and students could post to, and nine times out of ten, I could find the book I needed at a reasonable price. Maybe there were a few dog eared pages, but how else was I going to figure out what pages to read, right? Anyway, RyeAds.com will fill this classified ads void in the Ryerson University bubble.
Once the word about the site spreads and people start using it, it will have more and more ads on it, and so will be more and more useful to the students and staff looking for things to buy. The more people use it, the more useful it will be.
It has the potential to be a very useful resource for everyone at Ryerson University. Now I’ve just got to spread the word…
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