Your Mac Life QuickTime Webcast radio show will features information on WWDC, the opening segment of the Oscars, IDG World Expo and Pangea Software.
Worldwide Developer Conference or WWDC is Apple’s annual gathering of developers. Apple’s Frank Casanova will be on tonight’s show to explain what’s important about WWDC.
Apple recently provided Billy Crystal’s
opening montage for the 76th Academy Awards, which was created on Macs. Tonight’s show will also feature director Troy Miller, who will explain how they did it.
IDG World Expo’s audited numbers for Macworld Expo San Francisco
have been announced; tonight IDG World Expo Group President Warwick Davies will be on hand to talk about the numbers and what the tradeshow company has planned for Macworld Expo Boston.
Pangea Software has
shipped Nanosaur II: Hatchling, the sequel to its 1998 hit 3D action game. Macworld and MacCentral’s Peter Cohen will ask Pangea CEO Brian Greenstone about the new game.
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