Well since I finally found out what all this hub-bub about the new Sony PSP and the hidden browser I was intrigued. Off to my local GameStop to pick one of these bad boys up, yes call me mr. behind-the-times. Well anyways, thanks to all those out there who discovered the hidden browser I was suddenly hooked. Not content with the current state of PSP portals I wrote me up little app to serve me up some personal pages on my PSP. This reminds me of the beginings of MooGUI.
Essentially, MooPS is a mini WEB-DNS server that runs on your Windows PC to serve up pages for your PSP. Since I dont have a dedicated server for this sort, enter MooPS. MooPS allows me locally to get off of the ingame.scea.com domain name and onto my private network without type an address onto an offsite portal. MooPS is still in the beta stage and probably buggy but I decided to release it anyways. Documentation is poor but gets the point across.
Why MooPS? Well because I now can customize my own content directly on my computer within my local network. But once the popular PSP portals start to allow customizable user content then MooPS wont be needed, maybe anyways. I mostly wrote it though for my internal stuff, you know XBMC, ActiveHome, Webcams (as pics, not video) and what-not.
Sure this has absolutely nothing to do with Xbox Layouts, but Ive got no other home for it, so here it is. Take it with a grain of salt.