Malaysia Star: Ask, and you might receive

There is such a thing as a free lunch in the case of The Freecycle Network.

IT has been described in various ways: a free version of eBay, a grand curbside where people can drop off their things, a lifesaver. It all began in May 2003, when Deron Beal sent out the first e-mail announcing The Freecycle Network (TFN) to about 30 friends and a handful of non-profits in Tucson, Arizona, the United States.

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