11 January 2009
Posted in Podcasts
Podcast 22 is now live and available. It features a discussion between five NZMac.com users about the Macworld keynote announcements. Click here to subscribe in iTunes, and if you're interested in being part of a podcast, make sure you join the NZMac.com community podcast group.
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Participants in this podcast are...
apdv1/Andrew - Andrew is a sound engineer (and has been for 20 years) and one of the partners at Trident Sound Studios in Wellington. He has been using Macs since 1994 (a Mac Colour Classic) and uses them every day in his work and at home life. His first audio recording experience with a Mac (and LCIII) was in 1995 and it was used for sequencing. He's worked in ProTools from version 3 (running OS 9) and up to ProTools HD nowadays.
DavidNZ - David is an academic from Dunedin (and the person who first put forward the idea of the roundtable podcast ) who started out on Mac with a Powerbook 165, then an LC II, then a IIci, and then went to Windows for about 10 years (out of necessity). He rejoined the mac world in November 2006 with a black MacBook, but emailed the other day to say he’s now using a brand new MacBook Pro!
Gimli/Alan - Is a former Primary School teacher, who has only ever used Macs...starting with a Mac Classic and working his way through LCII and LCIIIs, Performas, PowerPCs before purchasing my first iMac (Rev C 333MHz) which was still going strong up until relatively recently running Tiger. He left the teaching profession (although not the education sector) last year to work as a Mac Systems Administrator at CPIT, where he gets to play with the 150 or so Macs on campus.
Lowededwookie/Darryn - Darryn is a Systems Engineer for Datacom, where he has worked for the last 6 or 7 years. He works mainly with Windows based machines but have just gone into a partnership of sorts with Renaissance to look after larger Mac customers, so he is currently working towards Apple Certification. During the course of his job you'll probably run into him doing work at NZ Post shops and Lotto terminals around the greater Wellington area, but he does work for various government departments. He's been around computers since he was 8 (around 25 years ago). He came to Macs from Amiga, choosing a Ruby iMac 450 DV because he wanted to get into desktop video. He currently has an original Intel Mac Mini as well as a pre-single cut Aluminium MacBook Pro 15".
Philip Roy - owns and operates the NZMac.com web site. An Apple user since the days of the Apple IIe, with a background in teaching, as well as being a freelance web and multimedia developer, he works part-time for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Massey University as their E-Learning Facilitator and in 2004 was appointed as a Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand. He also wrote the multimedia section of New Zealand Macguide magazine, and did so gladly from Issue #1 to its demise at Issue #34.
Podcast 22 - Show notes
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