The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, has been on the air for six years and has done 996 interviews with vendors, Apple employees, columnists, editors, authors, and others. And after the first three interviews of this evening’s show, the 1000th guest is huge, according to host/producer Shawn King.
The Mac Show has an exclusive interview with Walter Mossberg, the columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Mossberg is the first person to whom Apple delivered a Titanium PowerBook, and he’ll share his thoughts on Apple’s latest offering on the show.
As always, on the first Wednesday of each month, it’s time for the User Group Focus segment with correspondent Chuck Joiner, who will wrap up all the user group news from last month’s Macworld Expo. He’ll also talk with Emory University MUG leader David Roemer about their recent iMovieFest, as an example of what college-based MUGs are doing to promote the cause.
On the Tech Tips segment, sponsored by Tech Tool Pro 3, Paulo de Andrade, senior producer of Digital Media Online, will be on to talk about what you can and can’t do with Apple’s DVD offerings.
Peter Cohen of MacCentral will have all the game news, and Ron Fairbairn will be on with Mac Basics. In the Mac Media Pro segment, Mark Stevens’ guest is Jay Rose of the Digital Playground. Sounds like a fun place to work!
At the end of the show, someone will win a Powerlogix G4 400MHz upgrade card. Plus, there’s lots of other “swag” to give away: Podium Coolpads, Mac Design subscriptions, “Down & Dirty Photoshop 6 Tricks” by Scott Kelby, and t-shirts from MacSupport.About.com.
To catch The Mac Show, tune in this and every Wednesday evening from 6-8 pm (Pacific). You can also join in the chat rooms on the
World Without Borders site or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive Channel.