This evening’s featured guest on
The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, will be Eric Ryan, product manager for Office v. X.
Have questions for this member of Microsoft’s Macintosh Business Unit (MacBU)? E-mail them to
Shawn King, host/producer of The Mac Show. Plus, three copies of Office v. X will be given away during tonight’s show.
This week is the 10th anniversary of QuickTime so The Mac Show’s special guest tonight will be Steven Guile, Apple’s senior technical writer and multimedia Web monkey (We’re not making this up; that’s on his business card), as well as author of the “QuickTime for the Web” book. Copies of the book will be given away to listeners.
In the Tech Tips segment, sponsored by Micromat’s Tech Tool Pro 3, Mike Ridenhour, president of Keyspan, will be on to talk about USB and issues surrounding it. My MacCentral compadre, Peter Cohen, will have the latest Mac gaming news, and Mark Stevens will talk to Jeff Elmassian, creative director for EndlessNoise.com, a sound design and music company, in the Mac Media Pro segment.
Besides the previously mentioned goodies, The Mac Show also has lots of other prizes to give away to listeners, including T3Hubs from DrBott.com, iClocks from Applelinks.com, and copies of the Slick Transitions and Effects from GeeThree.com, not to mention assorted T-shirts and more. What’s more, if you’re going to Macworld San Francisco 2002 in January, you could win Pro, User and Exhibit Passes during tonight’s show.
You can catch The Mac Show every Wednesday evening from 6-8 (Pacific). Plus, you can join The Mac Show gang in the chat rooms on the
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or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive Channel.