Palm Discovery Digest July 12 2010

Palm Discovery Digest

Hello! I hope you all had a pleasant weekend and a great start to a new week!

The past week continued with our themed weekdays: MP3 Monday offered seven free music mp3s (one for each day of the week), iTunes Tuesday came with a batch of free downloads (videos, music, etc), wReview Wednesday featured a game for iPhone and iPod Touch by Chillingo called Cash Cow while Thursty Ears Thursday offered free first chapter of Arcadia Falls, an interview with Paul Feig author of Ignatius MacFarland: Frequenaut!, an interview with Kurt Eichenwald author of Conspiracy of Fools, and a speech by Rupert Murdoch Chairman and CEO of News Corporation. Free for all Friday offered free apps for the Palm, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Blackberry, Android and iPhone/iPod Touch.

Here is a list of the posts from the past week.

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USB Fever New Releases July 5 2010

MP3 Monday Free MP3 Music Downloads July 5 2010

iTunes Tuesday Free Downloads And Codes July 6 2010

Software Review: Cash Cow for iPhone and iPod Touch

Free Audible Audiobook Download: Arcadia Falls: Free First Chapter

Free Audible Download: Interview with Paul Feig

Free Audible Download: An Interview with Kurt Eichenwald

Free Audible Download: Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO, News Corporation (04/13/05)

Palm Discovery Minute July 9 2010

Free For All Friday Mobile Apps July 9 2010

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