Take Control authors at Macworld Expo 2007

Macworld Podcast episode 73

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A cast of thousands takes part in this special edition of the Macworld Podcast. Once again, we’re presenting audio highlights from the show floor of this month’s Macworld Expo, this time with the authors of Take Control eBooks , the helpful electronic book series published by TidBits Electronic Publishing.

Moderator (and Macworld Contributing Editor) Adam C. Engst is joined by Take Control authors Glenn Fleishman, Steve Sande, Michael Cohen, Scott Knaster, Karen Anderson, and Jeff Carlson as well as editor-in-chief Tonya Engst. They touch on a number of topics emanating from Expo, including 802.11n wireless networking, the iPhone, running Windows on an Intel-based Mac, and novel-writing software.

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Show notes

You can find all the Take Control books mentioned in this podcast here. Macworld has been fortunate enough to run excerpts from a number of Take Control offerings, including Take Control of Buying a Mac, Take Control of Running Windows on a Mac, Take Control of Syncing in Tiger, and Take Control of Buying a Digital Camera.

Among the products mentioned by the Take Control authors during their Expo session are Micromat’s TechTool Protogo, Belkin’s TuneStudio, and Storyist novel-writing software.

Music credits

“Basic‚” by Epicte the Elemental. Want to hear more of his music? Need a DJ in the Washington, D.C. area? E-mail him at epicte [at] gmail [dot] com.

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