Thursday, November 20, 2008

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Mark & Wes, in Rockridge, CA at Pasta Pomodoro

Click here to listen to the official audio show

Our intro audio sample comes from the movie WestWorld. Mark reminds us about the Gopher protocol, and how that works. Wes remembers the text web browser Lynx. Why is Symbian supporting Lotus Notes? Why do companies who purchase other software companies, screw up the software products? Mark gets a phone call from a reporter investigating 911 fraud. Ever notice that bus and train riders who use laptops seem not to be aware of the fact that anyone can see their private information? Dell is now offering professional designs on their netbook line for an extra $50. Should employees get paid to wait for their computer systems to boot up? Near the end of the show, Mark and Wes talk a bit about the tools we use here to create the RSS feed and issues around the rich text editors involved.

Sites of Interest:

Wes' iTouch Applications of the week:

  • Frotz - text adventure games for the iPhone and iTouch.
  • iBlogger - a tool for blogging on your iPhone or iTouch.
  • iHotness - am I hot or not for the iTouch or iPhone.
  • CraigsMobileList - A better way to view CraigsList content on your iPhone.

Mark's iPhone Applications of the week:

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