So maybe its pie in the sky, but there's already some apps available to allow you to do nifty stuff with your Mac, your Sony PSP, and a USB 2 cable. Now, I've got the mac. I've got the cable. The PSP will be here tuesday. I'm wondering, what can we do with all of this? There's gotta be some options for adventure. Granted, I wont be painting my PSP, but still, I think there's potential.
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
If I had $250 I would buy a PSP. My first thought is possibly a decoder script to allow it to play AAC files. Next Maybe an appl that would do some wardriving, and connect to shared iTunes librarys. but I don't know if its possible.
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