We recorded our last podcast, Episode 017, on the eve of the iPhone 3G launch, so we thought it fitting to bring Dieter back on the show to follow up on the aftermath. Last episode we played the roll of iPhone 3G fan boys - this time around, we give it a harder time. And don't worry, if you're sick of the iPhone talk we've sworn it off for the next two episodes. We also talk BlackBerry of course - new Thunder pics and more! And of course we manage to work some Dark Knight talk into the episode.
A few of apologies are in order here too. One, for being so late on getting this up! We actually recorded it on Monday the 21st (let's just say I got distracted by a new BlackBerry) and I have been tardy in getting it posted. Two, my performance was on the weak side this episode...(another reason why it was slow to go up?!). Craig and Dieter still rock it of course, and I promise it won't happen again - Red Bull before we record the next episode for sure! And last apology, because I took so long to get this posted, a few of the "things" we talk about have changed already (opinions on Thunder/Storm naming, etc.). So thanks, thanks and thanks! We'll talk to you again soon!
Listen to CrackBerry.com Podcast: Episode 018
- Recorded: Monday, July 21st, 2008 @ 7:00pm CST
- Show Length: 1h09m47s
- File Size: 40.9MB
Big Thanks To:
- Craig Johnston - for another job well done! You can listen to Craig's other podcast at MobileComputingAuthority.com.
- Dieter Bohn - for his wealth of iPhone 3G, Smartphone and General "I know a lot about everything" knowledge :-)
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