See my thread here: http://www.linux-hacker.net/cgi-bin/UltraBoard/UltraBoard.pl?Action=ShowPost&Board=MJB&Post=7&Idle=0&Sort=0&Order=Descend&Page=0&Session=tom61.111811322075011
"The Juiceware chip has more connections to the internal SMT wide DIP (my name for it, it's a chip that has the pins along the width not the length) than the SD adapter has, and is missing at least one signal line found in the SD card adapter. This means a simple adapter from Juiceware to SD to read the card is not possible."
Reply from prplague (the guy that has done the most with the JuiceWare so far):
"the sd (again just as a reminder, the sd lines are not implemented only mmc) interface is just using standard spi. one of the gpio pins determines where to activate the address bus or to activate the spi interface."