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The Merlin Show: Chris Wetherell; High-res feed

We're wrapping up our launch week of The Merlin Show with a terrific interview and a new feature announcement.

First, don't miss today's interview with Chris Wetherell, in which we hear how our favorite drumming Google engineer has learned to embrace email mediocrity and has created a "walled garden" using his Treo. Great stuff (and viewable from this page, after the jump).

Next, I wanted to announce the High-resolution podcast feed for The Merlin Show. It's available for subscribing at http://feeds.themerlinshow.com/TheMerlinShowHi (or just subscribe via iTunes).

This feed contains the same content as the iPod-optimized version of the feed, but it's a lot bigger in terms of file size and square pixelage; it is not for the faint of bandwidth.

Either one is easy to subscribe to in the reader of your choice:

Chris Wetherell

Carl Bolduc's picture

Hi Merlin, Your show is excellent,...

Hi Merlin,

Your show is excellent, short and sweet. Since you have the chance to talk to such great developer, it would be super nice of you to ask them what kinda tools they use when coding. Do they use a simple text editor such as vim or textmate... maybe they prefer IDE. What kinda version control they use etc.

Bye bye




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