The Mac Show, hosts Shawn King and Hilary Percy have an interesting lineup, including Dr. Mark Edwards. If you recall Apple’s new iBook rollout last week, he’s the superintendent of the Henrico School District, the Va.-based school system that just put in the largest order of laptop computers for education ever — 23,000 iBooks.
That’s not all, either. The Mac Show will also feature Stan Flack, there to talk about a new site called MacMinute.com.
This reporter will also be on hand to talk with Presto Studios boss Michel Kriplani. Kriplani and crew developed Ubi Soft’s new game, Myst III: Exile.
The show will also feature Mark Stevens on Mac Media Pro, Ron Fairbairn with some more Mac Basics, and Tech Tips, sponsored by Micromat’s Tech Tool Pro 3.
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