MyMac Podcast
#50

On October 27, 2005, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

Contest Time! We announce the Prosoft Drive Genius contest winners, plus give instructions for the NEW Macromedia Studio 8 contest! Enter now, contest closes at midnight, Monday October 31st!

This is our longest show ever at almost an hour and a half. We talk the latest in the Mac world, how we record our podcasts, and so much more.

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MyMac.com PodCast for April 21 2005 – Episode #19

On April 21, 2005, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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This week, Chad and Tim return to the home of Tad Scheeler, where we last recorded a show there back in January.

Sponsored this week by Small Dog Electronics. Visit Small Dog for your chance to win a Mac mini! Click here for details.

This week, we give away five MORE of the Newer Technology RoadTrip! FM transmitter, thanks to MacSales.com.

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This week, we talk about the Adobe purchase of Macromedia, and what it could mean for the computer users of the world.

Yes, we have a BRAND NEW Not Mac News with Chris Seibold.

Chad has a dead G4. Can Tim bring the dead back to life? Find out this week by listening to the show.

Adobe and Macromedia will become one

On April 18, 2005, in Opinion, by Tim Robertson

Adobe and Macromedia will be come one

Sad news, I think, for those who like choice. Adobe Systems has agreed to purchase Macromedia for $3.4 Billion in a stock-swap deal. Long competitors, it has largely been Macromedia who has pushed Adobe to create better software over the last decade. This was one of the reasons Adobe purchased GoLive! a few years ago, to compete with Macromedia in the online publishing business.

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Life at the Expo, The Prequel
MWSF ’03

On January 14, 2003, in Macworld Expo, by David Weeks

NEMO STRATEGY

On December 4 Nemo received an email PR announcement from Formac for a private offsite viewing of their new line of digital video and display products. The swanky W Hotel, across the street from Moscone Convention Center, was the designated location. Nemo had been trying to obtain review units from Formac for a year without success, and this was a real opportunity.

One week later email solicitations for Macworld PR meetings arrived from Maxtor, E-Book Systems, and Intego, followed several days later by requests from Exabyte, Macromedia, Aladdin, Roxio, Iomega, SmithMicro, Alias/Wavefront, eMedia, Sybex, Other World Computing, LaCie, Olympus, Peachpit, H-P, ProSoft and O’Reilly.

During Nemo’s first Macworld, in 2001, he ran around Moscone Center like a crazy person, conversing here and there and writing up the experiences in an ongoing manic conversation with our readers. At the 2002 conference Weeks+Nemo delivered an intense combined diary and essay of their days at Macworld, complete with pictures of varying quantity.

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