TUAW TV Live: The best Apple-related books and authors
Sure, nobody reads anymore. But if you really want to become an expert in one topic or another, you need to pore over every word that's ever been published on the subject. Today, Shawn "Doc Rock" Boyd and I will talk about those books and/or authors that we follow or admire, with a special focus on those favorite tomes that have made a difference in how we work or play.
These books don't have to be technical in nature -- there are some histories of Apple, old books describing products that no longer exist and personal favorites that have little or nothing to do with coding or how to use our favorite tech.
To join in to watch the live feed and participate in the chat, just click here. You'll join us on the AOL On Network. If you can't watch the entire show today, come back to this page within 24 hours to see the latest video below. Past shows are also available on the TUAW YouTube channel.
Automator for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Visual QuickStart Guide
The Visual Quick Start Guide series, especially those by Maria Langer. Maria's also publishing some books under the Maria's Guides company name.
Not really a book writer but a screencaster, and that's Don McAllister. But he does have ScreenCastsOnline Magazine now.
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