TUAW TV Live: An appointment with the Doc
Looking for a way to spend an hour and hopefully learn something new? Today on TUAW TV Live, me and Doc Rock are going to throw out some topics to discuss, plus we'll give you our opinions on everything Apple.
I've got some new products that have been delivered to the TUAW TV studios, so Doc and I will hash out the pros and cons of these and other items that are new to the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod world. We've also come up with a selection of new apps to toss around for your viewing pleasure.
From your Mac or PC, go to the next page by clicking the Read More link at the bottom of this post, and you'll find a livestream viewer and a chat tool. The chat tool allows you to participate by asking questions or making comments.
If you're driving somewhere and would like to watch TUAW TV Live while you're stuck in traffic, please don't -- keep your eyes on the road! However, if someone else is doing the driving, you can watch the show on your iPhone and join the chat by downloading the free Ustream Viewing Application. If you're on an iPad, you should be able to use the Skyfire Browser to watch the stream, although you will not be able to participate in the chat.
We'll start at about 5 PM ET, so if you're seeing a prerecorded show, be sure to refresh your browser until you see the live stream. For those of you who are not able to join us for the live edition, you'll be able to view it later this evening on our TUAW Video YouTube channel and as part of the new TUAW TV Live podcast viewable in iTunes or on any of your Apple devices.
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