While surfing the internets, I came across this new and really intuitive web 2.0 service called Tinypay.me. With a micro-blogging like interface, sellers of any computer literacy level can feel at ease with using this service. In under a minute, you can list an item for sale, add description, pictures, tag keywords and post the location. After you’re done, you can share the link on your usual suspect social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook. There’s also a charity feature and transactions are conducted via PayPal. From a quick glance, this service can be advantageous for anyone who wants to unload a bunch of items. With ease of use and no account required to start selling, Tinypay.me sounds pretty legit to me.