Month In Review: September, 2007
After two months of non stop blogging, I have managed increase the popularity of this blog even more. As of today, I have over 25 subscribers, which is double what I had last month. More over my page views quadrupled to 20000, comming from 13000 unique visitors. I do have to admint that one of the bigger sources for traffic was Digg, because one of the stories made popular and sent a stream of visitors. Hopefully I will be able to set a new record next month, even without using Digg for a source of traffic. But for now, let’s look at the more memorable articles of the last month.
PSP Custom Firmware 3.71 M33 Guide
I have created a guide on updating to the 3.71 M33 custom firmware, and it was a big hit in the last few days. Not only it provides an all-in-one package, but it also talks about install the Custom Firmware Extender, 1.5 patch, and other goodies that don’t come by default.
OpenSuse 10.3 Is A Dissapointment
This is my harsh review of the latest Release Candidate of OpenSuse 10.3. I listed several problems that persisted ever since 10.2, but whining was not my point. I described in detail how I managed to fix them, so others wouldn’t have to go through the same excruciating pains as I did.
Xorg 7.3 and 3D Acceleration with Nvidia Cards
This was the story that made the Digg front page, but I’m still not sure why. It was just my quick announcement that the binary Nvidia drivers now fully work with the latest X.Org release, and I listed all the other changes available in the update. Seems like people really like it.