robotically bringing you the latest in iPhone headlines
What do you get when use the ability of several search engines and several social linking sites to save searches as seperate RSS feeds, then set up Tumblr to read those feeds? Your own custom iPhone News feed comprised of searches from several search engines and social linking sites and a lazy man's blog. I access the RSS from iPhone News to give me a one stop list of the days iPhone Buzz Machine.
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"Over the past year, there has been an explosion of stories raising questions about the real environmental cost of hybrids.
One of the most misleading ones, which has been spread by countless blogs over the past several weeks, and cited without verification by several sources that appear reputable, looks to have originated in a story last November in England's Daily Mail, a right-leaning, British tabloid paper, which bore the gleefully spiteful title 'Toyota factory turns landscape to arid wilderness.' An editorial, published last month in a newspaper for a small state university on the East Coast, helped bring this misleading report a new life."
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"A web-based "expert system" that helped users prepare bankruptcy filings for a fee made too many decisions to be considered a clerical tool, an appeals court said last week, ruling that the software was effectively practicing law without a license."
Phillips plans on releasing a portable display unit with a black and white screen that rolls up into the "Smaller than the screen itself" case.
What would happen if Mario and his brother from another mother went for a joy ride in Vice City? Here's Robot Chicken's take on it.
So, you want to get in on the PSP homebrew scene? This ought to get you started.
First your going to need a way to get files to your PSP, get a nice size memory stick and a card reader from the electronics store or get some online. Sandisk makes a 5 in 1 reader that reads almost every card out there, well, at least five of them. The price of memory sticks have dropped dramatically and a card reader is real cheap. They run you about $20. You'll need it to copy files over to the PSP and a place to store all of your software.
If you want to know how to start emulating old game systems on your PSP, go here.
If you have a mac, or just don't understand filing systems too well, go here.
My favorite emulator to run is DGen, a Sega Genesis emulator. It's pretty flawless and the speed is spot on. Games like Vectorman and Sonic run without a hitch. Brings back memories of thumb blisters and orange carpet.