Jobs and Gates act now a podcast

Apple posts the pair's rare joint appearance on iTunes, where it soars to the top of the podcast charts

Mac Guy meets PC Guy
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates speak at the D: All Things Digital conference. Dan Farber/ZDNet

If you didn't catch the Steve and Bill show at the D5 conference in Southern California last week, Apple has posted the full hour and a half discussion on iTunes. The rare joint appearance between the Microsoft chairman and the Apple chief has risen to the top of the podcast charts on iTunes.

It's available in both audio and video, though the latter weighs in at almost a gigabyte (my copy is still downloading as I blog this). Unlike the high-end conference, the podcast is free. Of course, it doesn't come with the nifty swag bags that conference attendees got either.

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    During her years at CNET News, Ina Fried has changed beats several times, changed genders once, and covered both of the Pirates of Silicon Valley. These days, most of her attention is focused on Microsoft. E-mail Ina.

     

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