Steve Jobs' introduction of Apple's new Rokr and Nano is now available online. He reveals some interesting factoids on iTunes and iPods.
More news on the iPod and podcasting. The addition of 1000 new podcasts a week is quite significant. Automobile integration is also a tipping point. Does this mean mainstream radio is the equivalent of a cassette tape? Probably not, but still interesting. This supports Adam Curry who has said from the beginning that this is about customer demand for better audio content. However, the economic or business model is still forming. Are these new shows about gaining as many viewers as possible? Some yes, some no. They are more about reaching like minded people, whatever the size. There are many who just want to create something, more like "art" then "business".
What does this mean for training developers? More infrastructure and acceptance.