Robin Williams, Bob LeVitus, Rick LePage On Your Mac Life

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Itis Wednesday, and that means itis time for another edition of Your Mac Life. Your Mac Life is a weekly QuickTime Streaming broadcast about the Mac industry in the tradition of a radio talk show. This weekis show features long time Mac author Robin Williams, who will be plugging "The Little OS X Book." Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus, Rick LePage, and Peter Cohen will also be on tonightis show. From Your Mac Life:

On this weekis Your Mac Life, sponsored by Griffin Technology and Marathon Computer, noted author Robin Williams will appear to discuss her latest book, "The Little OS X Book". Her latest offering is just as user friendly as her previous dozen books!

Not sure what the good and bad points of OS X are? Well, Bob LeVitus and Sandee Cohen will appear on Your Mac Life to debate the pros and cons to help you decide if itis the OS for you. This one could get ugly. grin

Not at all ugly is Rick LePage, Editor in Chief of Macworld magazine. Rick will be on to talk about his tenure at Macworld, the new layout and whatis in store for readers.

As always, Peter Cohen of MacCentral will have the latest in Mac Game news! This week, Peter talks to Burger" Bill Heineman of Contraband Entertainment about the company and their titles. I bet there will be a couple of games to be given out!

If you listened to last weekis show, youill know Shawn is planning on beginning another radio show, this one focused on OS X, starting May 6th. Tune in tonight for more details!

The show will be filled out with your e-mails, phone calls and lots of prizes from Griffin Technology, Marathon Computer and CompanyStuff.com!

Make sure you listen 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 the *record* numbers of Chatters 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 #yourmaclife Channel.

You can tune into the show by visiting the Your Mac Life Web site at 9:00 PM EDT.

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