Mac Show Features Music, Apple Store Fight, & Bob LeVitus

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Itis Wednesday, and that means itis time for another broadcast of The Mac Show. The Mac Show is a weekly QuickTime Streaming broadcast about the Mac industry in the tradition of a radio talk show. Tonightis show features the Planning Director for Germantown, TN, the city whose local regulations donit allow Apple to use its normal Apple Store sign, as well as Bob LeVitus. From The Mac Show:

Yesterday was a painful one for all of us. But if you let terrorists change your life, theyive won. So, The Mac Show will broadcast as usual but with heavy hearts.

The Featured Guest on The Mac Show this Wednesday will be Ra Maguire, lead singer of Trooper and Chris Breen, columnist for Macworld magazine and a musician in his own right. They will be discussing their thoughts on Napster, MP3is and copyright.

The Mac Showis Special Guest this Wednesday will be Forrest Owens, Planning Director for the much maligned city of Germantown, Tennessee. Forrest will talk about the dispute between the city council and Apple over signage for the proposed Apple retail outlet in Germantown.

In the Tech Tips segment sponsored by Tech Tool Pro 3, Shawn talks to Dr. Mac, Bob LeVitus. Bob has recently published the Little iTunes Book. Didnit think there was enough about iTunes to write a book? Well, tune in to find out!

Peter Cohen of MacCentral will be talking about the latest Mac Game News, Mac Media Pro will be with Tom Wolsky of SouthCoastTV.com and Mac Basics will have Ron Fairbairn back in studio.

The Mac Show is live this and every Wednesday evening from 6-8pm PT, 9-11pm ET and is 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 Mac Show by visiting the showis Web site at 8:00 PM CDT (6:00 PM PDT).

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