Do you have an old Mac lying around? Wondering what to do with it? Ever thought about upgrading it with a faster, better processor?
On this evening’s edition of
The Mac Show, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, Eric Dahlinger, Powerlogix’s marketing evangelist for Powerlogix, will talk about the ins and outs of upgrading your Mac. And someone will win a Powerlogix upgrade card. The company will put up a G4 400MHz upgrade card (which has a retail value of US$399). The winner can choose between the ZIF or the daughtercard versions.
In the Mac Game news segment, Peter Cohen of MacCentral will talk to Jim Black of Nvidia’s Developer Relations about their newly announced Mac products. In Tech Tips, sponsored by Tech Tool Pro 3, research physicist and professor, Viktor Decyk of UCLA, will be on to talk about how easy it is to create your very own AppleSeed project! What’s AppleSeed? It’s “Personal Parallel Computing.” In the MacMediaPro segment with Mark Stevens, Tim Wilson of Boris FX will talk Macs and how he uses them.
The Mac Show is Webcast in a QuickTime stream. Please visit the Web site at the link above for more information on the show and how to tune in.
As always, there will be lots of prizes to be won. The Mac Show Gang has Podium CoolPads, subscriptions to MacDesign, Scott Kelby’s “Down and Dirty Photoshop Trick”s book, t-shirts, and more to give away. You can tune in this and every Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. (Pacific). And you’re invited to join in the chat rooms on the
World Without Borders site
or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive Channel.