Macworld Tokyo 2001 is over and you can hear from folks who were actually there on this evening’s edition of The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac. The Mac Show is Webcast in QuickTime streaming format.
Dennis Sellers of MacCentral and Lynn Fredericks, the “Henna Gaijin”, will be on the show talking about their Expo experiences. Also, there’s a new streaming media station on the air: ZCast.TV. John Dodge is its editor-in-chief, and he’ll be on The Mac Show talking about Apple, Macs in business, and OS X.
Bill Briggs will be talking about AppleScript on tonight’s Tech Tips segment, which is sponsored by Tech Tool Pro 3. Peter Cohen of MacCentral will have all the game news, and Mark Stevens will have another segment of Mac Media Pro.
And, as always, The Mac Show crew has lots of goodies to give away, along with Podium Coolpads, “Down & Dirty Photoshop 6 Tricks” by Scott Kelby, and t-shirts from MacSupport.About.com. Plus, there’ll be another game of “What’s My Product?” The Mac Show will also award a 128 MB RAM chip from NewerRAM.com, and a complete Mac Game Pack from G.O.D.Games.com. Finally, someone will get their name, face and profile in the upcoming release of Tropico!
The Mac Show is on every Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. (Pacific). You can join in the chat rooms on the
World Without Borders site or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive channel.