August 3, 2007 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Scottsdale Arizona - August 3, 2007 - On this week's episode of The Tech Night Owl LIVE, best-selling Mac author and columnist Gene Steinberg interviews industry analyst Ross Rubin of the NPD Group, as well as Ray Barber, CEO for prMac. Get to know Gene, and discover his unique, thought-provoking viewpoints about the technology universe, from Macs to consumer electronics.
During this episode, the Night Owl examines the prospects for both Apple and Microsoft with Ross, as well as visiting with Ray about delivering Mac-related media information to tech news sites. And, you'll hear from digital imaging expert David Biedny, who will explain why Microsoft knows nothing about innovation and why only applications count.
Users can tune into The Tech Night Owl LIVE broadcast at http://www.techbroadcasting.com Thursday night from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Pacific, 9:00 to 11:00 PM Eastern. An archive of the show will be available for downloading and listening convenience within four hours after the original broadcast.
Users may also access the show's Podcast feed, available at: http://www.techbroadcasting.com/nightowl.xml or via iTunes.
Gene has written over 30 books on computers and the Internet, plus hundreds of articles for such industry publications as MacAddict, MacHome, MacUser, Macworld and Computer Shopper. He has also written features for Gannett News Service, usatoday.com, and CNET. His computer news and support Web site, The Mac Night Owl (http://www.macnightowl.com), receives tens of thousands of regular visitors each day.
Based in Scottsdale Arizona, Making the Impossible, Inc. was founded by the Night Owl himself, best-selling Mac author and columnist Gene Steinberg. In 1984 Gene began to work with the original Apple Macintosh personal computer and never looked back. Over the next few years, Gene finally decided to follow his dream and become a full-time writer, but he also devoted extra time to work as a computer software/systems consultant partly to provide material for his books and magazine articles. (C)2007 Making the Impossible, Inc. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.