A typical plague of the internetz has hit this blog. It had no posts for a long time. -silence-
I am sorry for this, but even if it might surprise some people, sometimes there are more important things in life than keeping your blog updated.
Anyways here a quick overview of things that changed or matter before I get bugged at writing again:
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Note to myself: Selling your old Sony PSP and writing that Firmware 1.50 is installed makes eBay delete your auction with “MC047 eBay Listing Violation: Copyright Violation – Unauthorized Item” reasoning the auction was selling “illegal copies/backups” or advertised to do so.
At least they keep auctions where people advertise their PSP having “the super duper” M33 firmware installed…
Bah! Well, what’s left for me is a shameless plug to the new auction…
Update 28/05/09: Unbelievable, the new auction which I carefully checked to not contain any freaking reference to anything copyright violating has also been removed… Also no clue why as I only received the typical standard “don’t sell illegal copies/backups” E-Mail. Contacted eBay support, let’s see…
It appears though that I am not alone. There are a couple of people having trouble selling their PSP on eBay. However in contrast to my case where I list the original unmodified 1.50 firmware, they had used rather problematic “wording” like “Pandora Battery” or “Custom Firmware/M33” and alike.
Reply and solution 28/05/09: Great, I have received a polite and exact explaination from the eBay security team. The problem for eBay really was the installed 1.50 firmware on my PSP which is considered “open/hackable to circumvent technical protections” (like copy protection). They recommend installing the latest PSP firmware before selling first.
Hilarious. Using a
to infect my eyes with even more Viagra. At least that way it is easier to understand than “V3ia6r4”.
They are past ASCII Viagra already, ain’t they?
Almost two weeks ago I had a car accident on my way to a client. Despite driving with regular speed and considering myself a good driver, I managed to smash against a wall on the “Autobahn” with 120 km/h after experiencing the danger of “aquaplaning”.
In contrast to my car, I thankfully survived…
Yet everything is still aching and my brain had to reclaim it’s space in my head during the last week but appears to be operational again.