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XojoTalk podcast 2^5


The XojoTalk podcast just got it's pow(2,5)th episode. So go and listen to it!
  1. Shoving Phones In Their Pockets with Geoff Perlman
  2. That's A Lot Of Tens with Bob Keeney
  3. Developer of Long Standing with Eric Gibbon
  4. Grizzled Veterans with Travis Hill
  5. Where's My Column? with Marc Zeedar
  6. I have no idea what you're talking about with Kem Tekinay
  7. Snowgun with Kevin Cully
  8. Really Wicked with Hal Gumbert
  9. It's my dog with Norman Palardy
  10. Strap a Mac Pro to my wrist with Tim Dietrich
  11. The forum is my personal training ground with Tim Hare 
  12. Shipping is a feature with Paul Levine 
  13. Hockey Programmer with Mike Cotrone 
  14. Software Maniacs with Ken Whitaker 
  15. Type my password like an animal with Justin Elliott
  16. Magical Toolkit with Craig Boyd
  17. I Keep My Secrets to Myself with Bruno Frechette and Jonanthan Guillemette 
  18. Not The Pi You Eat with Geoff Perlman 
  19. Ghost Touches with Geoff Perlman 
  20. Spoiler Alert with Bob Keeney and Marc Zeedar 
  21. Enterprise Consulting with Arthur Couture and Tom Rupprecht 
  22. I Like Things That Just Work with Tim Parnell
  23. Take a Walk with Michel Bujardet 
  24. Figure out stuff on my own with Kimball Larsen 
  25. Toughest thing is the substitutions with Jim Meyer 
  26. Happened by Accident with Tom Catchesides
  27. Database Goddess with Carol Keeney 
  28. Email is Not a Project Management Tool with Susan Fennema 
  29. I Went to High School with the Apple File System Guy with Tim Dietrich 
  30. We Like Our Customers with Geoff Perlman 
  31. Virtual Office Rules with Dana Brown and Alyssa Foley
  32. Copy, Paste, Search and Replace with Terry Eutsler
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