BTL podcast: Stock shock, iPod saturation, open source tipping points and more...

This week on the Between the Lines podcast, Larry and I try to make sense of the wildly gyrating stock market (good luck). Larry also tries to parse what's going on with Apple's stock, riffing on iPod saturation.

This week on the Between the Lines podcast, Larry and I try to make sense of the wildly gyrating stock market (good luck). Larry also tries to parse what's going on with Apple's stock, riffing on iPod saturation.

We also discuss the change in leadership at eBay, Microsoft's grand virtualization scheme and how open source is gaining traction as evidenced by sizable acquisitions (MySQL, JBoss, XenSource, for example) and VC investments.

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