Digital Art & Digital Artists Discussed On Tonight’s Mac Show

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Itis Wednesday, and that means itis time for another Mac Show. The Mac Show is a weekly QuickTime Streaming broadcast talk show of all things Mac related. Tonightis airing includes Daryl Wise, the Virtual Curator of the Digital Art Gallery at MACWORLD Expo. Chuck Joiner, Peter Cohen, and Tom Cheek and Jon McCarron of TuCows will also be on the show. From the Mac Show:

The Featured Guest on the show this Wednesday will be Daryl Wise, Virtual Curator of the Digital Art Gallery, the only booth at a Macworld Expo where you canit buy anything and no one is trying to sell you anything. Itis art for artis sake and Daryl will talk about the challenge of digital art, including itis grudging acceptance in the world of Fine Art.

The Mac Showis Special Guest this Wednesday will be Chuck Joiner, the Showis User Group Correspondent. Chuck will be highlighting the past monthis MUG news from Macworld Expo and talking to Bill Medlow, President of the Long Island Macintosh User Group. There will also be the monthly user group contest for Stuffit Deluxe and ShrinkWrap from Aladdin and Mac Care Unit from Casady & Greene. If youire a MUG member, you should be listening and winning!

In the Tech Tips segment, sponsored by Micromatis Tech Tool Pro 3, Shawn talks to Tom Cheek and Jon McCarron of Mac.Tucows.com with the Mac Showis Shareware of the month!

Peter Cohen of MacCentral will be talking to Colin Lynch Smith of Freeverse Software, Mark Stevens talks to John Paul Caponigro in Mac Media Pro and Hilary is back with Mac Basics!

Make sure you tune in this and every Wednesday evening from 6-8pm PT, 9-11pm ET, for the most fun youill have listening to your Mac! And join in the Chat Rooms on the World Without Borders site at http://www.wwbchat.com/login/index.shtml or on the dal.net servers on IRC in the #macshowlive Channel.

You can tune in to the show tonight at 8:00 CST (6:00 PM PST) by hitting the Mac Showis Web site.

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