I am too lazy to post on the blog regularly but I thought I would post an update about my personal life.
Firstly I should probably mention that I am a university student studying Business and IT at QUT. I’m in my 3rd year of full time study and still have another 1 1/2 to 2 years left if I continue at the pace I am going.
When I finished my final year of secondary school I was hoping to obtain a place in their cadetship program but that fell through (twice) and since then I’ve just been bludging off my parents and focusing on my unversity studies and my primary hobby (programming).
Until this week my resume hasn’t even been attractive enough to reach the interview stage of the job recruitment process but… finally a few hours ago I got an email from David Steel the owner and creative director of Vivo Group to setup an interview for this Friday.
After doing a bit of Googling around about Vivo Group I discovered they were the guys behind that Slap Corey flash game that I remember playing in high school and also 2 similar flash games; Slap a Pollie and Slap Sheen… I smell a bit of a trend going on here. O_o
Very eager to have this interview, I’m not too confident about my chances of getting a job but at least I finally got an interview.
Update (26 July 2011): failed.
Free hosts are never as good as you wish they were.
That being said Zoka.cc weren’t as bad as others, I only suffered one major downtime on their free hosting. By comparison 000webhost randomly deleted my account after a few months of using them without giving any explanation as to why and HostHelpers underwent a change in ownership at which point everything went to shit with more frequent and longer downtimes until one time it failed to come back up.
The reason for the change from Zoka.cc is purely due to my university having something wrong with their network setup rendering my site inaccessible whilst at university.
Anyways now the awesome people at GSHI are hosting my blog, cheat database, code converter script and whatnot. All considered I think this should offer better stability for the site since they have been around for quite a while (more than 10 years) and have also been hosting KodeWerx for some time now. Thanks GSHI staff!
… now back to silence on the blog for another few months.
Seeing as my free host provider says they are doing “maintenance” my usual website is currently down (the one that has the converters, generators and cheat DB). Not sure how long it will be down for so I figured I would write a blog post about it and redirect http://raing3.co.cc/ to this blog.
I’m at a bit of a loss why the host felt the need to redirect the traffic from my site to one of those crappy ad sites but whatever.
Anyways if you want the most recent cheat database you can get it from here. You can also get the latest version of my cheat device (TempAR) from Codemasters Project. It was recently updated to work on the newly released 6.3X PRO by Coldbird/VFlame.
If you are using one of the 6.3X HENs be sure to read the instructions carefully because they are a bit different then the normal installation instructions. Also there have been some reports of it not working which I haven’t been able to reproduce . I want to get some kind of idea of how many people are having this problem, so if you are using 6.3X PRO please cast your vote as to whether or not TempAR works for you.
Update: the usual site seems to be working at the moment. I might leave my blog at raing3.co.cc for a while in case the problem happens again. You can visit http://www.cheatstemp.cz.cc/. For the converter, generators etc.
Update 2: I can confirm that TempAR is working for me with my PSP-1000 and PSP-2000 handhelds on 6.35 PRO.