TiPb Presents iPhone Live! #20 -- 5.2 Million Sold!

Join Dieter and Rene for Apple's Q3 iPhone results, and Chris, James, and Rene for App Store redux, more third gen iPod touch, and iTablet rumors. Listen in!

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    TiPb Presents iPhone Live! #20 -- 5.2 Million Sold!


    Does it bother anyone else that everyone in this podcast can't talk and breathe at the same time? They talk so fast and then take a deep breath because they are out of breath. I don't know why but while I'm listening to the podcast, I just start to pay attention their breathing rather than what they're saying. I do like the podcast, keep it up, but you guys need to slow down and not take a deep breath after every sentence you speak, or at lease not in the mic.
    Love the show!

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    -Holmes Wilson
    Free Software Foundation