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Twelve minutes of Jo, showing the same JavaScript web app code running on webOS, iPhone, iPad, Android, Symbian and… Dashboard widgets? Yup. First in a series of videos, this screencast is a quick intro to the cross-platform capabilities of this JavaScript framework (both for mobile apps with PhoneGap and mobile web apps). Followup videos will cover making your first Jo app, getting it running with PhoneGap, theming it with CSS and other goodies. Enjoy!

You can also read more about this open source project at joapp.com.

I’ll snag most any interesting gadget under $500, so I forked over some more cash to Apple to check it out. I love the large touch screen and the form factor of the device. I’ve bought and downloaded a bunch of apps and tried very hard to find a justification for buying this shiny toy, but it just doesn’t cut it.

iPad with tv-like static on the display

Before I get into it, realize that I would be considered an Apple fan by any casual observer. Over the years I’ve purchased: two MacBook Pro laptops, two MacBook laptops, two Mac Mini desktops, five or six Apple keyboards, a few Apple mice, three iPhones (including one 3Gs), two iPads (one as a gift), six iPod models and an iPod Touch for good measure. When the iPhone came out, I was the only idiot I knew who paid $800 for a phone, and spent almost a full year trying to “sell” the potential with pretty much anyone I ran into. In short, I have a hell of a collection of “free Apple window decals” you get with most purchases.

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