Your Mac Life, guests include Homes Wilson of Participatory Culture to discuss DTV, a “large-scale Internet video creation and distribution platform.” Also scheduled is Transitive CEO Bob Wiederhold, to talk about Rosetta, the emulation technology in Apple’s Intel-based Macs that will make it possible to run software designed for PowerPC-based systems instead. GraphicReporter.com guru Lesa Snider will offer graphics tips and Macworld’s Peter Cohen will have the games report. The show is webcast from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Pacific Time on Wednesday nights.
Inside Mac Radio, now archived and available for review. On that show, digital photography guru Ben Wilmore talked about his new book, Colin Smith of Photoshop Cafe ruminated on his new training DVD, Matt Federoff of the Vail School District talked about their new Mac-powered school. Ken Ray talked with Sexohol lead singer Roger Quickly about their new iPod shuffle-based album release and Tiger album widget; Marware’s CEO discussed the Milano leather PowerBook case, and Philip Hodgetts talked about Blu-Ray high definition DVDs and more.
Tech Night Owl Live
show scheduled for Thursday, August 25, Bill Fox of Macs Only will discuss the alleged iPod patent dispute between Apple and Microsoft. Robert Prichett of macCompanion will be on to discuss Apple’s total user base. And Adam Fingerman of Roxio will chat about Toast 7 Titanium. They’ll also provide “a guided tour” of a school that’s switched from text books to iBooks. The Tech Night Owl webcasts live from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central Time.