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      Reminder - MoDaCo position on illegal content   07/30/15

      ILLEGAL CONTENT I'd like to just reaffirm MoDaCo's position regarding piracy and illegal content in the light of some recent questions / postings. Posts will be censored by myself or my moderation team if the contain or link to: Illegal / pirated / cracked software or sites that host such software Nintendo emulators / ROMs or sites hosting them (in light of Nintendo's legal stance) CUSTOM ROMS You may discuss and post links to custom device ROMs on MoDaCo, provided the following rules are adhered to: ROMs must not contain any illegal 3rd party software (this includes trial versions included without permission) ROMs must give full credit to the original author ISSUES If you have any issues with this policy, please contact PaulOBrien directly via PM.
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      Reminder: Selling items on the forum directly is not allowed   07/30/15

      Please note that selling items on the forum directly is not allowed by the forum rules. There is a forum for eBay auctions whereby you can list the items on eBay and link to them there. This is the ONLY forum for this type of activity. You may also advertise links to the eBay forum in your signature. Please note that selling directly in contravention of these rules will result in a warning / suspension / ban.
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Alex (nedge2k)

Pimp your VGA WM device!

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Random tangent time!

A few years ago a company called Pimp released an awesome looking watch called "Pimpin' ain't easy". It had 72 blue LEDs and a stainless steel case. Needless to say, despite the hefty £150 price tag, I snapped one up. These days, that watch is pretty rare but XDA-Devs member David Horn has released an app that replicates it almost exactly! Go get your pimp on! :)


Now if only he could make one to look like the Saishin Diode too, I'd be a happy man....

LED Watch v0.5
via [1800PocketPC]


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