Photo Printers & The World Book Encyclopedia 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 about the Mac industry in the style of a traditional radio talk show. This weekis guests include Joseph Meehan, Editor for Photo District News, and Rob Carlson, Senior Producer, Electronic Products Group for World Book.com. From The Mac Show:

In another segment of "Your Digital Life", the Featured Guest on The Mac Show this Wednesday will be Joseph Meehan, Editor for Photo District News. Last time Joseph was on, he talked about Digital Cameras and what to look for. Tonight, heill discuss Photo Printers to use with your camera.

The Mac Showis Special Guest this Wednesday will be Rob Carlson, Senior Producer, Electronic Products Group for World Book.com. The World Book Encyclopedia is available for OS X and Rob will talk about the advantages that brings.

In the Tech Tips segment, sponsored by Micromatis Tech Tool Pro 3, regular correspondent Bob Levitus will talk about the OS X Tips heis collecting for his next book, "The OS X Files".

Ron Fairbairn is back in Mac Basics, Peter Cohen will have the game news and Mark Stevens talks to Tom Wolsky of SouthCoastTV.com in the Mac Media Pro segment.

As always, The Mac Show has lots of prizes to giveaway to lucky listeners including T3Hubs from DrBott.com, iClocks from Applelinks.com and copies of the Slick Transitions and Effects from GeeThree.com, not to mention assorted T-shirts and whatever else they can dig up.

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 Mac Show by hitting the showis Web site at 8:00 PM CST (6:00 PM CST).

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