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Topic # 5759 24-Nov-2005 14:17
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Has the geekzone executive team considered providing a version of geekzone formatted to fit nicely on the Sony PSP?

I have been connecting to geekzone to check various forums from time to time using my PSP via my home Wifi/broadband network. It works but would perfer a better user experience.




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Reply # 23792 24-Nov-2005 15:19
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and while you are at it - better formating to suit my Sega Dreamcast please.

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Reply # 23800 24-Nov-2005 17:21
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So many things to do... A mobile version is in our plans (or better still, a "light" version).

We have just released RSS for our forums, and just finished moving servers, so this will be for 2006...








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  Reply # 23801 24-Nov-2005 17:29
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Not to hijack the thread but the RSS feeds are great!
Ive loaded them all as RSS live bookmarks in firefox so I can check the latest at a glance.

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