And I have an HTC Vivid phone (AT&T), three Kindles (two keyboard G's and a touch wi-fi) plus a Tivo wi-fi adapter (never used) to sell on eBay.
Anyhow, the e-cycle place was a storage company in Mountain View, with a very friendly guy who was happy to get Stuff. He transfers it somewhere, and gets paid some number of cents a pound. I had four book-sized boxes and a trash bag full of stuff, plus a broken mini TV and two small backup drives.
Next stop was Goodwill, a blu-ray VCR which had issues with wi-fi but worked fine otherwise, a couple of old laptop and netbook bags, and two huge trash bags of t-shirts and pants. So many nostalgic shirts which no longer come close to fitting me. Sigh. If I was more OCD I would have scanned them, but I'm not. There's a radiant heater in sitting in the middle of the living room which I forgot.
That was a lot of work. It really did not make much of a dent in what has to move, but it means a lot more closet space, and less unpacking. And maybe one less T-shirt rack, maybe.
Before I did all that, I put all the empty boxes which various electronics came in, shoved them into 4 trash bags and then down the chute. Next I put onto a dolly the very heavy box with the wire grid squares, and wheeled it way down to the dumpster. Tossed four or five squares at a time in, and when I got to the bottom discovered all the connectors, which I thought were lost in the last move, which is why I was throwing away the squares. Faceplant. What the heck, threw them in too. :-(
Domino is currently sharing the bed with a small pile of miscellaneous junk which was in a box which was commandeered for the e-cycle run. Belts, a couple of books, stuff which used to be in the night table, audio cassettes, a vintage mouse pad, a pair of pink suspenders. And much much more. Most of it will find its way to the dumpster or Goodwill.
Changed shirts, hung up a load of shirts, and am running the dishwasher. Iwill spend some time on eBay, and on FB, then go to an MV *$s and wait for Janice.