Sadly, my search predictably turned up bupkis. Except for the original press release from RedHat: https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/press-interactive
Pretty standard, except.. it mentions a second product that would use Dadio; the I-Jam WinJam. The heck is that?
Okay, so I've never heard of this one, better look it up. A quick search pointed me to a Microsoft press release (press releases as primary sources of information will become a theme from this point onward) about it: https://news.microsoft.com/2000/05/02/i-jam-multimedia-and-microsoft-unveil-first-digital-music-player-to-exclusively-support-the-windows-media-format/
Well, probably not. Looking at the other pages the IA archived since, though, we can eventually find that it had a model number: WJ-88! Or IJ-88? Who knows. Here's the site: http://web.archive.org/web/20020614115822/http://www.ijamworld.com/products/wj88/wj88.html
What an interesting design choice.
You can't just drop a bombshell on me like that. What the fuck.
That's still not quite everything, though. These weirdos put out more press releases (and that's literally all I've been able to find about most of this), including this one http://web.archive.org/web/20010607023518/http://www.ijamworld.com/news/pressreleases/pr_lp100.htm which announces a 100MB Clik! disk and "audiophile quality" audio at 192kbps WMA.
We're still not quite done.
Remember the Win-Jam from some tweets ago? And how it didn't seem to ever actually materialise?
They planned a second Win-Jam using Clik! discs. http://web.archive.org/web/20001018081309/http://www.ijamworld.com/pr_iomega.htm
Of course, @Foone@twitter.com has a rave:mp 2300, which looks to be running completely different software from the HipZip. https://twitter.com/Foone/status/963957159691104257
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