back? I guess you haven't ever heard of his video podcasts like Macbreak?<br><br>http://www.leoville.com/<br><br><br><br>and this picture of him is terrible but I wanted to ask if someone knew why that macbook pro was red?<br><br><br><br>
HEARD of it? SHAZAM! I'm a member! <br><br>but just glancing at the article, I thought he was back<br>to doing "Call For Help" on TechTV<br><br>He was the person responsible for making me what I am today! <br><br>Him and the BIG Guy with the Kilts <br><br>
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TechTV is long gone but, he does the show in Canada. I subscribe to his TWiT, Security Now, Daily Giz Whiz, and KFI Tech guy podcasts. He's giving up the KFI show. He said he wants his weekends back. Its a shame. Not only because I like listening to that podcast while using my laptop but, because it's on the radio and he's always spelling out for people why the Mac is a better choice for the home user over Windows. There aren't too many so called "tech experts" that are proponents of Macs. I sent him an email when he left TechTV thanking him and he was kind enough to send me a personal email back. I started watching The Screen Savers and CFH when it was ZDTV. <br><br>
Well you'd have to listen to him but, believe me that's not the message he puts across. The KFI Tech guy show was a call in radio talk show and what I was saying is when they asked for advice for a home computer he would point them to the Mac. Citing easy to use, iMovie, iChat etc. no virus, no spyware etc. Most tech guys on the radio would point people to Dell and be done with it.<br><br>
that's sort of the message of the current apple ads showing the mac guy and the PC dude. the PC dude does business-type things in the commercials and the apple guy can do the things folks want to do at home. <br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
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