On tonight’s episode of Your Mac Life, you can catch info on an all Mac law firm, a new Adobe book, iMovie-Final Cut Pro plug-ins, Mac gaming, the upcoming Macworld expo and more.
For starters, host-producer Shawn King will talk to Mark Greco, director of IT for the Boston (Massachusetts) law firm of Perkins, Smith, & Cohen. Greco will talk about the challenges he faces in his job.
Pamela Pfiffner, formerly of MacWEEK and author of the new book, “Inside the Publishing Revolution: The Adobe Story,” will appear on tonight’s show to talk about Adobe and its effect on almost every aspect of the publishing and computer industry. She’ll also have copies of her book to give away to as prizes to members of the listening audience.
Also on hand will be Christopher Ryan, president of Virtix.com. He’ll discuss his company, their iMovie and Final Cut Pro plug-ins, and give away some software. As always, my MacCentral compadre, Peter Cohen, will be on board to serve up the latest Mac gaming news. If you’d like to send questions in advance to one of the show’s guests, e-mail King.
There’ll also be info offered on the Your Mac Life All Star Party that will be held at next month’s Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, California. The party will be held at the Boz Scagg’s Night Club, Slims on Thursday, January 10 at 8 p.m.
There are only three ways to get into the shindig. You can become a sponsor and buy tickets; for more details, e-mail King. You can make friends with one of our sponsors. Or you can tune in to Your Mac Life and win tickets on the show.
Tonight’s episode of Your Mac Life also continues the Macworld Conference and Expo Pass giveaway. King has two Platinum Passes, three Super Passes, and five Pro Passes to give away in the coming weeks.
You can catch Your Mac Life every Wednesday evening from 5:30-8:30 p.m. (Pacific). You can also join one of the two chat rooms that run during the live show: on the World Without Borders Web site or on the dedicated IRC Server at irc.netmug.org in the #yourmaclife Channel. dvGarage Releases New Texture Toolkits