Shawn Kingis new radio show, Your Mac Life, officially leaves its beta development period tonight. Your Mac Life is a weekly QuickTime Streaming broadcast about the Mac industry in the style of a traditional radio talk show. Tonightis show includes Cmdr Taco, the founder of Slashdot.org, and they will be discussing that siteis new Apple focus. The show will also feature an interview with the producer of Sonyis Station.com [Editoris Note: Station.com is currently a sponsor of The Mac Observer.]. From Your Mac Life:
Itis the first Wednesday of March - Spring is in the air and Mother Nature is gearing up for her annual display of new beginnings. And thatis exactly what Your Mac Life is getting ready to do!
Tonightis show officially kicks off a New Era in Mac Broadcasting. Shawn King, the longest serving Mac Radio Host on the Net, finally brings his new show to the Net.
And, for those of you who canit make it to the live show, there is an absolutely free archive available shortly after the show goes off the air that you can listen to whenever itis convenient for you.
This week, Shawnis Featured Guest is Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda, the Founder of the famous "News for Nerds" web site, Slashdot. Slashdot has recently added an Apple focus and Rob will take about why and what true geeks think about OS X.
On Monday, Macromedia announced their latest version of Flash, called Flash MX. Eric Wittman, Macromediais Director of Product Management, will be on Your Mac Life this evening to talk about their latest app.
Peter Cohen of MacCentral will talk to Dallas Dickinson, Producer for Sonyis Station.com site. Sony has made the site Mac compatible and Dallas will tell you how and why and Chuck Joiner of The MugCenter.com will also join Shawn for a *big* announcement regarding Macintosh User groups!
As if all those great guests werenit enough, there are prizes galore to be given away! Lots of products from Griffin Technology and T Shirts from CompanyStuff.com will all be awarded tonight!
You can tune in to tonightis show by hitting Your Mac Lifeis Web site at 8:00 PM CST (9:00 PM EST).