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Posted: 02/05/05, 1:58 am
by Gerry
<a href="http://news.com.com/PlayStation%203%20C ... ws.1041.20" target="blank">http://news.com.com/blah/blah/and/more%20blah</a>

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*wide eyed* Hmmm, seeing is believing.

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I could be wrong... but aren't there a lot of other, ligit, uses for accessing the memory of another app?

Posted: 09/26/07, 3:02 am
by JohnT
I could be wrong... but aren't there a lot of other, ligit, uses for accessing the memory of another app?

Yea like where are my car keys??? (left-half accessing right-half) :shock:

Posted: 09/26/07, 1:13 pm
by Don
Gerry your back!
Welcome back old pal!
Long time no see!

Posted: 09/26/07, 10:56 pm
by JohnT
U-m-m-m .......date of post :roll: