The featured guest on this evening’s edition of The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, David Coplon, the product manager of Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X.
Timbuktu Pro is Netopia’s popular remote control and file transfer software for the Mac OS. The new Mac OS X version of Timbuktu Pro sports new features, including package distribution, added security, large file support and support for Mac OS X’s Aqua interface. Netopia says that Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X’s basic remote control, communications and file transfer functions are also backwards compatible through two previous versions.
There’s also a special mystery guest. And The Mac Show is bringing back the “What’s My Product?” game. You must be in one of the two chat rooms (see below) in order to play and win.
In the Tech Tips segment sponsored by Tech Tool Pro 3, King talks to one of his favorite columnists, David K. Every, who has written a couple of columns at Workingmac.com regarding HyperTransport. Every will talk about it means for Apple and Mac users.
HyperTransport interconnect technology is a new high-speed, high-performance, point-to-point link for integrated circuits, developed to enable the chips inside of high-performance computer, networking and communications devices to communicate with each other faster than with existing technologies. HyperTransport technology’s bandwidth of 12.8GB/sec purportedly offers up to a 48-fold increase in data throughput, compared with existing system interconnects that typically provide bandwidth up to 266MB/sec. See our
Aug. 6, and
articles for details.
Peter Cohen of MacCentral will be talking Mac games. Mark Stevens talks to Bruce Nazarian of Gnome Digital Media during Mac Media Pro and King has another segment of Mac Basics.
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