Mac Show Live From MACWORLD
MWSF - Mac Show Live From MACWORLD
by , 2:00 PM EST, January 10th, 2001
The Mac Show will be broadcasting live from MACWORLD this Wednesday and Thursday evening. Expected guests include reps from Connectix and Iomega, as well as interviews and feedback from show attendees in the wake of today's huge announcements. According to The Mac Show:
The Mac Show Crew are broadcasting from the beautiful W Hotel across fromthe Moscone Center today, Wednesday and Thursday from 4-6pm PT each day.The Mac Show's web site will be the only place you can *hear* what'shappening at the Convention.
Today's guest will include reps from:
- Iomega talking about the newly announced Peerless Drives,
- Connectix talking about their latest networking software
- BopJet talking about their new services
The show will also have some surprise guests and lots of prizes for boththe "Live @ The W" Audience and for our listeners tuned in around the globeover the World Wide Web!
Join them and help kick off Macworld Expo in style!
You can tune into the Mac Show from 7-9:00PM EST both Wednesday and Thursday during MACWORLD.
- Mon,12:40 PM
- Three Ways to Protect your Apple Watch (and One Way Not To)
- Fri,7:00 PM
- Apple Kills the Thunderbolt Display - Will the Mac Pro Be Next?
- 6:54 PM
- 6 Great Display Choices for Your MacBook Pro and Mac Pro
- 6:25 PM
- Apple Drops 2.81% in Broad Brexit Selloff
- 5:01 PM
- G Cloud Unlimited Backup for iPhone and Android: 5-Year Subscription for $29.99
- 1:46 PM
- TMO Daily Observations 2016-06-24: Goodbye Thunderbolt Display, Spinning off the Mac
- 11:48 AM
- Plex Media Server Turns 1.0!
- 9:05 AM
- OS X: Using Policy Banner for Custom Login Screens
- Thu,9:01 PM
- Apple Discontinues Thunderbolt Display, Directs Customers to Unspecified 3rd Party Displays
- 8:55 PM
- Apple Adds RAW Support for 15 DSLR Cameras from Canon, Olympus, Panasonic, Sony
- 6:20 PM
- How to Display Calories or kJ on your iPhone/Apple Watch Health Apps
- 5:20 PM
- Ingrein ‘Smartclock’ Shows Important Notifications to Help You Detach from Your Screen