This week on Your Mac Life, host Shawn King speaks to Paul Kent, Conference Chair for IDG World Expo's Macworld Confernce & Expo, and Gene Munster, Senior Technology Analyst for Piper Jaffray and the person whose favorable comments about Apple caused its stock to surge recently. In addition, he welcomes Modiba.net's Dave Ahl, whose organization is using music to help end the strife in Africa, and MacCentral and Macworld magazine's Peter Cohen, who stops by to discuss Macworld's 2004 Game Hall of Fame. The show is Webcast Wednesdays from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (8:30 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern) as either a live video stream or an audio feed.
On Thursday, Mac Night Owl hosts Gene and Grayson Steinberg talk to Leander Kahney, who covers the Mac for Wired News and recently published the book "The Cult of Mac;" "Computer America" host Craig Crossman, who pioneered the tech talk radio genre; and David Biedny, who takes listeners inside the "David Biedny Zone" for the first of a two-part interview. You can listen in from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (9:00 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern), with an archive available within eight hours of the broadcast.
The Gamesome Mac, which broadcasts on Mondays, now has its Nov. 29 show available online. Hosts Sean Smith and David Finley brought in Guild Software Managing Director John Bergman to discuss the recently released Vendetta Online, a massively multi-player game set in outer space. They also covered the recent cancellation of Cyan Software's Uru for the Mac. On next Monday's show, which airs from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific time (9:00 PM to 11:00 PM Eastern), Smith and Finley host the uDevGames 2004 Awards Show, a live broadcast in association with iDevGames.
Inside Mac Radio, which broadcasts on Saturdays from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Pacific time (4:00 PM to 6:00 PM Eastern) both online and over radio station 1220 AM in the San Francisco Bay Area, also now has its latest archive online. Last Saturday, host Scott Sheppard brought in Intelligent Assistance CEO Philip Hodgetts and CTO Dr. Gregory Clarke to talk about their company, which produces an application called The Pro Apps Hub. It gathers a variety of free Internet resources in one place for browsing by users who need assistance with a project.
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