Tonight's featured guest on The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, will be Greg Joswiak, Apple's senior director of hardware product marketing.
He'll be on hand to talk about the iPod. If you have any questions you'd like to ask Joswiak, e-mail them to The Mac Show's host/producer Shawn King.
The special guest tonight will be Jim Heid, a technology columnist for the "Los Angeles Times." Heid will discuss his theory that iTunes 2 is the real brains behind the iPod.
In the Tech Tips segment, sponsored by Micromat's Tech Tool Pro 3, correspondent Chris Breen will offer tips on ways to speed up your Mac. In the Mac Basics segment, King will look at the difference between cable and DSL modems.
Lots of prizes will be given away to listeners, including T3Hubs from DrBott, iClocks from Applelinks, and copies of the Slick Transitions and Effects from GeeThree.com, as well as T-shirts and other goodies.
You can catch The Mac Show every Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. (Pacific). You can also join The Mac Show gang in the chat rooms on the World Without Borders site or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive Channel.
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