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here at free xbox 360 we are offering to flash your xbox 360 phat console for free…….

now that is a service that can’t be beated no matter how cheap other site’s are doing for.

Not only are we offering this amazing deal of a free flash for all xbox 360 phat console but we will show you to get a FREE xbox 360 console. Yes we are the site that just keeps giving.

Ok so there is a catch……… like everything there is always a chatch but this is a good catch i promiss.

Here is how it works

You follow this link   Freebiejeebie

send an email to admin@free-xbox-360-flashing.co.uk with the email address you use to join freebiejeebies with just so we can valited it.

sign up to that site and that site only, dont go to any of there other sites

Take up one of the offers

Once valited you send your console to us and we flash and return your console, you just pay the postage or we can link you to a site that will also do the flashing for free just for us.

You then get your change to send people to the site with your own link and get your own free stuff

which is how you get get a free xbox 360 console

REMEMBER! : DO NOT GET YOUR REFERRALS TO SIGN UP THROUGH YOUR OWN COMPUTER OR USING YOUR INTERNET / IP ADDRESS. ONLY ONE SIGNUP PER HOUSEHOLD!! DO NOT SIGN UP AT PUBLIC PLACES SUCH AS LIBRARIES OR INTERNET CAFES AND DO NOT TRY TO CHEAT FREEBIE SITES AS YOU WILL BE FOUND OUT AND YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR FREE GIFT!

Some Additional Info as the Christmas Eve Release of iXtreme LT+ v3.0 Nears

With the final testing stage of BenQ and phat Lite-On underway in preparation for the scheduled Christmas Eve release of c4eva’s iXtreme LT+ v3.0, we thought we’d drop some additional bits of info into your Stockings in the form of answers to some recent questions.

Version 3.0 of iXtreme LT+ for BenQ and Lite-On (both phat and slim) does in fact retain support for truncated backups, although it is strongly recommended to use full burns made with a compatible Lite-On iHAS drive flashed with the iXtreme Burner MAX fw. Support for truncated backups, however, remains excluded from Hitachi in its forthcoming 3.0 version.

While abgx360 v1.0.6 remains in progress, the new version of Xbox Backup Creator can be used temporarily as an alternative for injecting the necessary new AP25 topology data files into existing backup ISOs. XBC doesn’t perform the same degree of validation of topology data files, and provides no means to verify their authenticity or correctness, so be very cautious if using files from unknown sources until abgx360 is released. In addition to extracting/injecting AP25 topology data files, the new XBC also works with the existing 0800 v3.0 ripping firmware to dump backup ISOs that include proper topology data from original game discs. At the time of writing, it has yet to be definitively determined whether the new XBC will be released alongside LT v3.0, or if it will be released later. The new abgx360 is still under heavy development, and will release in due time.

Recently, there have been some rumors and bogus info spread by a sad individual that is attempting to trick and confuse people with fake release dates, false info, bogus IRC channels and Facebook accounts (note: we don’t post on Facebook, only Twitter), and mislabeling things as “official” when they are in fact not. We’d like to remind users that the only official sources for news and info from c4eva and the team are here at c4evaSpeaks.com, the #c4e channel on EFNet IRC, the Team-Xecuter, JungleFlasher, and abgx360 websites, as well as reliable news outlets such as Xbox-Scene. Be wary of news or information from other outlets that don’t cite the official #c4e IRC channel or one of the aforementioned sites as the original source.

thisistheverge:

Introducing user reviews and more! | The Verge
So today we’re including the feature as a part of our product pages, in reviews, and on the reviews page (which you can get to via the navigation up top). User reviews will be accessible for any currently available or discontinued product, and you’ll be able to use the same criteria the editors use to rank a product along with a short text review (between 50 and 500 words). We’ll also be averaging the reviews to find a product’s median score. Each product will require a minimum of three user reviews to register a score, and just like forum posts, they’ll show up in your user activity.

thisistheverge:

Introducing user reviews and more! | The Verge

So today we’re including the feature as a part of our product pages, in reviews, and on the reviews page (which you can get to via the navigation up top). User reviews will be accessible for any currently available or discontinued product, and you’ll be able to use the same criteria the editors use to rank a product along with a short text review (between 50 and 500 words). We’ll also be averaging the reviews to find a product’s median score. Each product will require a minimum of three user reviews to register a score, and just like forum posts, they’ll show up in your user activity.

rickwebb:

God. I am getting so fed up with Google. This is this morning’s comparison. I experience this at least once a day now for a variety of things. 

I may not be done with Google yet, but I can see the day I will be on the horizon, and I am looking forward to it. 

rickwebb:

God. I am getting so fed up with Google. This is this morning’s comparison. I experience this at least once a day now for a variety of things. 

I may not be done with Google yet, but I can see the day I will be on the horizon, and I am looking forward to it. 

poptech:

Lightning bolts strike around the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near southern Osorno city [in Chile], on June 5, 2011. (Reuters/Ivan Alvarado)
(via The Atlantic’s Year in Volcanic Activity slideshow)

poptech:

Lightning bolts strike around the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near southern Osorno city [in Chile], on June 5, 2011. (Reuters/Ivan Alvarado)

(via The Atlantic’s Year in Volcanic Activity slideshow)

8bitfuture:

Video: Creepy spider robot spins webs, cartwheels, and eats soft toys.

The robot is called The Asterisk, and has been under development for the last six years by researchers at Osaka University, who hope it might one day be used in rescue mission, as it can navigate difficult terrain.

(Source: Yahoo!)

poptech:

geneticist:

Merry Christmas, Nerds! Here’s some Christmas fungus on a petri dish.

+1

poptech:

geneticist:

Merry Christmas, Nerds! Here’s some Christmas fungus on a petri dish.

+1

thenextweb:

Sphero is a sphere, roughly the size of a baseball, with a small motor inside that allows it to travel in any direction. Controlled by your Bluetooth-enabled Android or iOS device, it lets you race around your house, sidewalk or pool (yep, it’s waterproof) for up to an hour before you’ll need to place it into the inductive charging dock to get the battery back to life. (via Sphero Review - Worth the $129 Price Tag?)

nerdology:

streeter:

My friends and I used to play a game called Highway Hopping, where we’d sneak out late at night and run across I-95 right here (none of us were getting laid yet). I suppose we won the game because none of us died. We discovered that’s it’s extremely windy next to the highway because cars go fast and drag along a lot of air behind them.
We also found a homeless guy’s hideout under a bridge, but that was its own adventure. 
Anyway, I was thinking about how windy it is on the highway and how that much wind must be useful to someone, somehow, when I had the above idea: the Jersey Generator. 
After an extremely shallow investigation into how wind turbines work, I’m reasonably certain this would work. Cars go by -> The wind spins a fan -> the fan drives a shaft -> The shaft spins into a generator where, using science, electricity is created -> That electricity feeds the grid or goes into batteries, to be emptied later. Each little fan wouldn’t create too much power, but we have a lot of highways and all those little volts will add up fast. 
Here’s the real beauty of the Jersey Generator, it solves the energy crisis (as far as I can tell). If we all drive electric cars, the cars will power the generators which will power the cars which will power the generators, ad infinitum. Even if we don’t all get electric cars, the excess power created by the Jersey Generators will make car charges so cheap that owning a gas-powered car will become fiscally foolish eventually. Best of all, it’s a closed circuit, self-reliant and self-sustaining. A little tax money to maintain the infrastructure and we’ll never have to go to Iraq again! And we can use our domestic oil for it’s intended purpose: exploring space. Obviously. History will not judge us kindly if we keep using our oil to go to Wal-Mart instead of Mars. 
Can any scientists poke a hole in this? (NOTE: If you’re an oil company scientist, please keep your thoughts to yourself) 
As always, drafting by Derek Winegar. 

Yes. While I don’t totally agree with the “ad infinitum” part (there will be energy loss in the turbines and cars will require more energy to move than they are creating with wind) it’s a fantastic idea, and something that will help with add some power to the grid for homes or to refuel your electric car.

nerdology:

streeter:

My friends and I used to play a game called Highway Hopping, where we’d sneak out late at night and run across I-95 right here (none of us were getting laid yet). I suppose we won the game because none of us died. We discovered that’s it’s extremely windy next to the highway because cars go fast and drag along a lot of air behind them.

We also found a homeless guy’s hideout under a bridge, but that was its own adventure. 

Anyway, I was thinking about how windy it is on the highway and how that much wind must be useful to someone, somehow, when I had the above idea: the Jersey Generator. 

After an extremely shallow investigation into how wind turbines work, I’m reasonably certain this would work. Cars go by -> The wind spins a fan -> the fan drives a shaft -> The shaft spins into a generator where, using science, electricity is created -> That electricity feeds the grid or goes into batteries, to be emptied later. Each little fan wouldn’t create too much power, but we have a lot of highways and all those little volts will add up fast. 

Here’s the real beauty of the Jersey Generator, it solves the energy crisis (as far as I can tell). If we all drive electric cars, the cars will power the generators which will power the cars which will power the generators, ad infinitum. Even if we don’t all get electric cars, the excess power created by the Jersey Generators will make car charges so cheap that owning a gas-powered car will become fiscally foolish eventually. Best of all, it’s a closed circuit, self-reliant and self-sustaining. A little tax money to maintain the infrastructure and we’ll never have to go to Iraq again! And we can use our domestic oil for it’s intended purpose: exploring space. Obviously. History will not judge us kindly if we keep using our oil to go to Wal-Mart instead of Mars. 

Can any scientists poke a hole in this? (NOTE: If you’re an oil company scientist, please keep your thoughts to yourself) 

As always, drafting by Derek Winegar. 

Yes. While I don’t totally agree with the “ad infinitum” part (there will be energy loss in the turbines and cars will require more energy to move than they are creating with wind) it’s a fantastic idea, and something that will help with add some power to the grid for homes or to refuel your electric car.