There is a new Bitcoin-Podcast by the LinuxActionShow guys, so yes.
The guys over at LinuxActionShow must not be very competent in macroeconomics.
Bitcoin is an interesting geeky project but economically is a bubble, a pyramid scheme, and that's too complicated to explain here.
The nice thing about Linux is that you can run whatever you want. So if you want to mine bitcoins, great. If you think that bitcoins are a waste of electricity, awesome. Linux now accomodates both of you.
Bitcoins aside, it's good to hear about real applications working on Clover + r600g. It's always nice for a developer to have a goal other than "Make everything work, everywhere". Focusing on single applications, getting them to work, and then moving on to the next application gives you much smaller milestones to use to guide and check your progress... And once you've got a few applications working, the next application gets easier (or might even work out of the box).
It's also nice to get a shout-out for the rotate implementation (however slow it might be).