Although we've been trying to implement this new personality quiz into our "Species of Man" page, we weren't able to do so due to a technical error. Now that it has been fixed, we can announce that it has been completed and added as a subpage for our exclusive article. You can easily jump to that page right now, or click this link, but we advise you to read our article before taking it.
 
Our newest poll has been created and added to our HBM Polls page. This month, we ask you what you think about PlayStation Home's upcoming v1.30 update. If you would like to give us further comments on your decision for this poll, send us an email and it will get used as impressions for our HBM September Edition!
 
Our poll results have been pretty equal throughout the weeks it's been displayed. The most wanted options from the poll were revealed to be the Interviews with Clubhouse Leaders and Reader Mail. Although the interviews outvoted the mail, we've decided to give them both a shot
 
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Say what you want about PlayStation Home, but the fact that it is capable of doing things unique in itself is great. For the average PlayStation 3 gamer who isn't the type to frequently visit PlayStation Home, they probably aren't aware that Home does things right now that our PlayStation Network doesn't and while we know that the capabilities for PSN are still growing and making fantastic strides (Go Go, 3.0!), there are just a couple of tiny features that Home can do but aren't yet present on PSN...
 
Released right on schedule, Home Business Magazine's August 2009 Edition is out for the public to see! We've also made some changes that weren't present from the previous issue, so we'll describe them in short detail so no one gets confused...
 
Sony has really been working hard lately. Since the beginning of GamesCom earlier this month, the PS3 has gotten announcements about a new look, a new price, a big firmware update, a big PlayStation Home update, a new slogan and now a brand new ad campaign. We thought we would show you the two commercials that Sony has released on the PlayStation.Blog, which is due to show up on your TV screen come September 1st to coincide with the official release of the 120GB PlayStation 3 "Slim" models, even though it was possible to pick a few up at a number of retail stores on August 25th...
 
With our August Edition of Home Business Magazine just a mere three days away, we felt it would be best to show you guys the progress that's been done, along with the cool new things that we plan on doing...
 
At an attempt to allow our readers to view the upcoming August 2009 Issue of Home Business Magazine, we've been at work trying to make our website mobile-friendly. At this time, we can say that stage one is complete. A few mobile phones have been tested for compatibility. You can also check us out using your PlayStation 3 web browser.
 
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Our readers know that our website was created as a platform to release information and exclusive articles about PlayStation Home. There has always been somewhat of a passion for hating PlayStation Home and everything it stands for among the industry. As I scrolled through a list of articles created by other websites, I came across one from GameDaily.com titled "Top 25 Reasons to Ditch Sony" and while we aren't replying to it as a call out to say "you're wrong", I thought it would be fun to make an opposing article, somewhat similar to what PlayStationLifeStyle.net created. They did decide to take a hit at Home, so it wouldn't be entirely off topic. Read after the jump...
 
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Now that we've made a proper signature, I thought it was perfect time to show you guys a simple new addition to the Home Business Magazine design. This one isn't meant to be used publicly as advertising tools, but as just a watermark for exclusive and collaborative images that we post in the future. Because this one isn't meant as a signature, our actual signature (posted earlier) is still the one used for forums, website and social networking profiles.