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    ConceptArt.org on PSP!

    ConceptArt.org on PSP!
    ConceptArt.org on PSP!

    I've managed to use my brothers PSP to go on ConceptArt, of course i'm not posting this from it, since it can be painfully slow and doesn't load images at times. It used wifi.
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    Haha, nice. I'd hate to see how small the images are on it...or rather..how large they are and how much you have to scroll to see anything, heh.
    "Every generation sees the past though the lens of its own time." - Thom Hartmann
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    Quote Originally Posted by fukifino
    Haha, nice. I'd hate to see how small the images are on it...or rather..how large they are and how much you have to scroll to see anything, heh.
    Yeah, if the image is too large to load, the PSP just doesn't bother, lazy bum...
    This browsers been out for very little, but Sony are to release new firmware and will include a kick ass browser with a cursor, which works wonders with the analouge stick.
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    ive dun that before it was slow. i did it with the wipeout hack. what did you use to browse the internet? PSP 2.0 or Wipeout hack?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cthomp
    ive dun that before it was slow. i did it with the wipeout hack. what did you use to browse the internet? PSP 2.0 or Wipeout hack?
    Tenchi No Mun (I think) Was everywhere for a few days, but now there's no real point since 2.0's out.
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    it actually works really well on my treo650 too.

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    I use a Hewlett Packard with Firefox.

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    What?
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    in my day we had to walk ten miles in the snow just to get to the nearest phone jack, and wait four hours for the front page of ca to load.
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    war, I was in college when you were born, which means that my snow was far thicker than yours and my dial-up was 1200 baud (though we did only have 3 numbers to dial instead of the 23 we have today).

    Jason, do you post from your Treo?

    Happy birthday, Asoir! Wow, 14... I remember those days...
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    my cellphone has the internet but when i click the button it like
    just sits there and does nothing...

    i don't understand the future... it hurts me.
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    noo, i bathe in the blood of virgins to keep looking this young. i'm really several hundred years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
    war, I was in college when you were born, which means that my snow was far thicker than yours and my dial-up was 1200 baud (though we did only have 3 numbers to dial instead of the 23 we have today).

    Jason, do you post from your Treo?

    Happy birthday, Asoir! Wow, 14... I remember those days...
    Thanks man! Didn't except anyone on the forum to notice, it's only in the little section at the bottom, well appreciated!
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