It's been a great couple of days in San Francisco where over 300 developers have gatherered to learn about iPhone and to hack on apps. The hackathon demos are coming to a close after almost three hours. I've done a quick edit of interviews recorded here to get them posted ASAP.
None of the apps accessible via iPhone use Cocoa, of course, but they will be of interest to you if you're looking to extend your app functionality to iPhone. Check out the apps wiki page for details. Several are posted as open source for you to explore.
These news shows have been edited using Rogue Amoeba's Fission (thanks Paul!) and are hosted on the excellent Bingo disk service from Joyent. Hopefully these improvements to my workflow will pave the road to easier post-production and more regular publication of shows - please hold your applause! ;)
Erik Michaels-Ober: WordBreaker download mp3
Dan Wood, Karelia: Telemoose download mp3
Eric Oesterle & Edwin Veelo: moPhaic download mp3
Adrien Cahen, Yahoo!: iRingRing download mp3
Eric & Mike: Mojits download mp3
[update: fixed some links and name spellings not captured at the event]