Our MacGathering version of Mac Jeopardy is being created by Apple Consultant Bruce Brown
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2006
How's your Mac trivia knowledge? Have you got what it takes to write a question for a game of Mac Jeopardy? If so, Deborah Shadovitz, producer of the MacGathering™ & SoHo Tech Show™ invites you to submit questions & answers — and has arranged some great software as a thank you.
On May 20, as part of the next MacGathering & SoHo Tech Show, Boston Legal's René Auberjonois will turn from playing a senior attorney to playing game show host for 157 or so Southern California Mac users. Over the course of an hour or so, audience members will be invited to join René as contestants to provide the questions for some challenging Mac and Apple-related answers.
"Our MacGathering version of Mac Jeopardy is being created by Apple Consultant Bruce Brown," Shadovitz explains. "Even just organizing the questions is a huge task, so we figured we'd turn to the Mac community for help, and all of the software authors we asked were happy to get behind us and help, even if they can't attend the show in person."
If you'd like to turn your best Mac trivia into an answer and question format and submit it for consideration, email your answer and question to Bruce at MacJeopardy-at-MacGathering.com. Be sure to cite your source for verification purposes. You can learn more about the MacGathering and Mac Jeopardy at MacGathering.com.
Prizes will be awarded to several of the best answers and questions. Prizes include TeachMac, TypeIt4Me, and GraphicConverter. Other prizes include some of the great software you can learn about in person at the event, such as Printer Setup Repair and Spotless, MemoryMiner and iRemember.
The MacGathering™ & SoHo Tech Show™ is sponsored by MelroseMac, TeachMac, PRWeb, Macworld, and iPodGarage.
About the MacGathering™ and SoHo Tech Show™
The MacGathering, now in its third year, is produced by Macintosh author/consultant Deborah Shadovitz. The event brings vendors and users together, also providing excellent seminars and going further to provide networking and entertainment as well. This year the show adds the SoHo Tech Show™ as a new focus. This small/home office aspect was created to help people become familiar with computer technology so they can make cost-effective informed purchases for their small business. You can learn more about Deborah Shadovitz at Shadovitz.com.