Manually changing the PSP’s RSS feed file

There is a way that you can manually change the psp’s RSS file w/o having to go site to site just to subscribe to the rss feed. The file is in the /PSP/RSSCH¬† directory. If you have subscribed to atleast one RSS feed, a file should be in that folder. If you havent subscribed, then subscribe to one otherwise there will be no file there.

Now most of this file is in Binary, however the url to the rss feed is in plain text, so all you have to do is find a link that contains the rss feed, copy and paste it (change the description if you wish), save it, and try it out. Be careful though, it is hard, with some sections, to tell the difference between the RAW and BINARY parts of the file.

Note that this has nothing to do with hacking or breaking into the systems, rather its just changing the contents of a file on the psp

my experience with hippiepay

It may seem like a scam, but its true…you can make money (both in SL and in RL). The object is simple. Just fill out a few surveys, or hit 7 pages on one website, and you get paid. The amount varies, they will usually tell you about how much to expect.

One way to really gain lots of money is to become an affiliate. When you do that, they will give you an atm which you rez on your parcel and people use that to go to their website. When someone makes money off of your atm, both you and them get paid. So what you do is become an affiliate, click on your atm, fill out some surveys and get paid almost double the amount they estimate.

Its not a gimic, its true. infact i made 571 lindens a few days ago (march 11th to be exact).

i think they have a shell out limit though, they stopped paying me after making 571 lindens :*(

Games at NSD

This post is really geared more for the Nampa School district, But if you would like to read it and make comments on it, go ahead.

Thinking back to last year, i remember that the students and staff within the tech department were talking about custom building a system that would be dedicated to games only. Students who were caught up in all there work and had no other assignments to do were permitted to play games on the system during the class period. So I was thinking “This is a great idea. This should encourage students to get all their work done and help keep their grade up if they desire to play on this system”.

According to what i remember, we could also bring in our games (as long as it was school appropriate) and load them on and play against friends who are all caught up as well.

But for some reason, this idea was turned down. I guess it was because a lot of students last year neglected to do any of their work (and were therefore kicked out of the academy). Another reason could be that some of the teachers within the academy are completely against games of any sort. Alot of the teachers with in the IT academy are so fed up with games that if you are caught playing a game, you are immediately kicked out of the academy, given ISS (In School Suspension), and some go as far as to call your parents.  And of coarse another reason could have been that the IT people got tired of games altogether and turned down the idea.

But what i think we should have done is had that gaming machine setup and only those who have all their assignments turned in and have atleast an 80% or higher in all their classes have access to that system. If anybody is caught gaming on that system w/o permission, they should be immediately removed from the IT academy and given ISS.