A Mac author, a Mac graphics expert and a Mac trainer will guest on tonight’s edition of
Your Mac Life, the Internet show about all things Mac. And there’ll be a look at the past and present Apple logo.
Dan Frakes will discuss his book, “Mac OS X Power Tools,” and talk about how you can customize, optimize and maintain Mac OS X. Some copies of his book will be given away to listeners.
Rob Janoff, the graphic designer who created Apple’s original rainbow-striped logo, will talk about the original design, what he thinks of the present Apple logo and what he’s doing with his own agency, Newtrix. Schoun Regan of The
will answer questions about Mac OS X. The Association of Macintosh Trainers (AMT) was first established in 1991 and founded to provide Mac training support.
And, as always, Peter Cohen of MacCentral will have the latest Mac gaming news. If you have any questions for tonight’s guests, e-mail them to
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