Ripple Training, high tech reporter Mike Wendland and Macworld Expo take center stage on tonight’s installment of Your Mac Life, the Internet Webcast about Mac-related issues and news.
Tonight’s show will feature the latest in a series of Expo Special Reports highlighting who and what will be at January’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco. Tonight, Macworld Expo Conference Chair Paul Kent will talk with Steve Martin of Ripple Training regarding Ripple’s plans for the Expo.
Also slated to speak is high tech reporter Mike Wendland. Wendland’s technology columns appear in the Detroit Free Press. He also reports for NBC-TV, has published five books on the Internet and done computer and Internet broadcasts for various radio stations. Millions listen to his “No Geek-Speak” advice. Wendland is on the show to talk about his one-year anniversary as a Switcher.
J and Shawn King will offer listeners another YML Holiday Gift Guide segment and MacCentral’s Peter Cohen will talk about the latest in Mac game news. Listeners with questions are encouraged to drop Your Mac Life a line.
If you’re planning on going to Macworld Expo and you need a place to stay, Your Mac Life has special accommodations available, so check it out.
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