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Post By damanptyltd
So its a new section so i thought i should get into it too. I am a moderator here, currently residing in Australia. I am really not too technical when it comes to PS3, not because i am incapable, but because i purely lack the time to work it all out. I would love to rip apart my PS3 and and develop till the sun stops rising, but it's something i'll have to tihnk about when im not busy being part student/ part machine operator.
I joined the scene back in novemember, on my brithday, exactly a year after i got my PS3. I was searching for some news on this "new hack" for PS3 my friend mentioned to me, and PsGroove hit the top of the list. I was a scene enthusaist for sometime then, helping others where i could with jailbreaking, .pkgs, or whatever else I knew. Grandy (that sites Admin and current Lead news writer of PSX-Scene) noticed my efforts after i had a work realated injury (resulting in a lot of online presense) and offered me a spot on his team. I was active for a few weeks, but when i got better the work load kicked in and i fell out.
With the merge, I was also offered the job here. It's a fantastic place and I have done my best to help get things in order. It gave me a fresh start, but i am still not putting in the time i wish i could with exams and presentations swinging left, right and center.
That's me, hated or loved.
Don't Feed the Trolls.
PSGroove and PSX-SCENE were the first 2 big places I found for my PS3 fix. Before it was a couple of blog sites that linked to these biggers sites. But I started watching Groove and PSX, but decided to make PSX-SCENE home because I loved the format. Allthougth Groove had a great format too.
It is good to have you here helping out the active moderators. It is hard to find good help these days