Shawn King host of
Your Mac Life announced today that the show (and King) would be moving to Nashville, TN (where Yours Truly lives). The move will take place officially the week of March 1, 2002.
King also said that
Griffin Technology and
Marathon Computer have signed on as sponsors.
“Usually, when you do a beta test, you make little changes and adjustments along the way,” King said. “Not on Your Mac Life. Even though this is only the second beta test of the show, the big guns are still being brought out.”
Tonight, the show moves to a QuickTime Streaming broadcast courtesy of the QuickTime experts at
Digital Forest. The featured guest will be David Coursey, executive editor of ZDNet’s AnchorDesk. Coursey is making a (temporary) move to Mac OS X and will discuss how it’s been going.
One of the things that impressed Coursey was the video editing abilities of the Mac. It has also impressed the special guest on tonight’s show: Michael Rubin, author of “Nonlinear” and “The Little Digital Video Book.” He says he can teach anyone to edit “professionally” in only half a day. Tonight, Rubin will be offering some tips. Plus, two listeners will win his latest book, compliments of PeachPit Press.
My MacCentral compadre, Peter Cohen, will join King with the latest Mac gaming news. There’ll also be plenty of prizes, such as T3Hubs and an iPod Connection Kit from DrBott., DiskWarrior from Alsoft, a prize pack from Power On Software, and copies of the Slick Transitions and Effects from GeeThree. And if that’s not enough, there are also two copies of Microsoft’s Office X that will be awarded.
You can catch Your Mac Life this and every Wednesday evening from 6-8 pm (Pacific). You’re also invited to join the show’s gang in the chat rooms on the
World Without Borders site or on the Dal.Net servers on IRC in the #yourmaclife Channel.