Ok, moral/guilty conscience question here, I'm bracing myself to be frowned upon by BH...
I completed a uni degree 1.5 years ago. In the last year there were some issues, so I applied to a new uni, to hopefully get credit and complete the degree. I was accepted and enrolled. It just so happened that at that time they were running a promotion of every new student gets a free iPad upon enrolment, T&C's that you are still enrolled at census time. I applied for credit, enrolled in all my classes in the meantime, only to be told that they would credit me a stupidly small amount of credit. So I withdrew from the course, and stuck it out with my then current uni. With all the stress, I forgot about returning the iPad. I never even used it, except that when I got it the tech team set it up for me with my account etc. It went back in it's box, back in it's blue plastic bag. And there it has stayed for almost 3 years.
I thought about it around census time, and expected a demanding email to return it. I never got one, never have.
Every few months I see the blue plastic bag in the back of my cupboard and wonder if I should just use the bl00dy thing, that it's such a waste to have an iPad sitting there doing nothing. But I get the guilts. I also get paranoid that as soon as I turn it on, somehow the uni will find out and come after me lol. Every so often the kids ask me if we can start using it but I have said no.
Soooo what would you do with the iPad?