PalmSource Mobile Summit Podcasts

PalmSource has posted a large collection of podcast audio interviews with a number of developers and executives. There is a podcasting feed you can subscribe to or just listen in on select interviews.

All of the audio conversations are posted on the PalmSource Blog.
Some of the interviews include:

Ed Colligan (CEO palmOne)
Michael Ashby (NPUG)
Larry Berkin (PalmSource)
Kenny West (PalmGear)
Ken Landau (Landware)
Mark Bercow (palmOne)
Jim Christensen (palmOne)
Chris Dunphy (PalmSource)
Stephane Maes (palmOne)
Michael Mace (PalmSource)
Keith Ellenberg (Chapura)
Howard Tomlinson (Astraware)
Arthur Humphrey and Carla Humphrey (Last Day of Work)

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palmboy @ 6/1/2005 2:36:21 PM # Q

These Downloads

Are still not available at – for iPodder

But they are available as direct downloads, i.e. To your desktop, then import to iTunes, as a opposed to it done all Automatically via iPodder

And Inside Mac Radio

Still is my favorite!

palmboy @ 6/1/2005 8:15:30 PM # Q
As of 8PM, EST, 6/1/05, this Podcast URL finally worked, but only 3 files came into my iTunes instead of ALL links for MP3 Downloads that I've listed in my previous post. I guess I could Download/Import them individually:)...
palmboy @ 6/1/2005 8:22:43 PM # Q
Here is my setup:

Tungsten T3, Mac OS 10.3.9, iPodderX 2.1.2, Palm Desktop 4.2.1
Gekko @ 6/1/2005 8:31:29 PM # Q

Can you spare us from listening to the endless, painful spin and tell us if they said *anything* noteworthy?

Did Mace say "Just wait until 2009..."?

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Ryan: Hers's something actually newsworthy:

The_Voice_of_Reason @ 6/1/2005 10:49:12 PM # Q

"Metrowerks recently sold its Intel x86 compiler and debugger technology to a third party. As a result, Metrowerks will no longer create and sell products that include this technology. Metrowerks will offer support for these products by hosting on-line discussions on newsgroups and on our web site.
This sale does not affect the right to use CodeWarrior or create x86 code by customers currently licensed to use CodeWarrior x86 compilers.

The following product(s) has been discontinued. Limited quantities may still be available. Please contact us for further information regarding this product, and/or its replacement.

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CodeWarrior for Mac OS and Windows, Professional Edition (combined products only)
CodeWarrior Development Studio for Palm OS® Platform, Version 9.0
PowerPlant Framework for Mac®
CodeWarrior Development Studio for Freescale HC16 Microcontrollers
CodeWarrior Development Studio for Freescale HC11 Microcontrollers
CodeWarrior Development Studio for Freescale HC05 Microcontrollers
CodeWarrior Development System, Embedded Network Edition
Metrowerks NetROM
CodeTEST for Mac
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Press release: CUPERTINO, California — February 11, 2005 — Apple® announced today that Steve Jobs will begin selling his own feces to Apple Cultists beginning March 1. Apple's new iPoo™ lineup is expected to easily surpass the iPod shuffle as the company's most popular product. Yes, Apple Cultists can already easily create their own iPoo™, but feces didn't seem cool until Jobs told them it was cool. Remember, kids: the ONLY cool feces is Jobs' highly individualistic, rebellious iPoo™ (coming soon in six different colors/flavors, including the red [hematochezia] and black [melena] U2 GI bleed model)

Sony CLIE UX100: 128 MB real RAM, OLED screen. All the PDA anyone really ever wanted.

The Palm Economy = Communism™
The Great Palm Swindle:

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