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October 2, 2004 Show:   Topic: Tips for Your Adobe Suite  Guest: Mordy Golding
Sams Publishing is a company of Pearson Education, the world's largest education publisher and a Pearson (NYSE: PSO) company. One of the largest and most successful computer book publishers in the world, Sams Publishing series include Sams Teach Yourself, Unleashed, Developers Library, Kick Start, and Evolution.

Author Mordy Golding discusses his latest release "Sams Teach Yourself Adobe Creative Suite All in One". A compendium of multiple reference books in one volume, this book has all the answers for beginning users of Adobe's graphics products in one big, easy to use book. It doesn't assume the reader wants to learn how to use just one product, but covers multiple products and technologies together in a logical, well-integrated fashion.
Listen To Sams PublishingOctober 2, 2004 interview
April 26, 2003 Show:   Topic: ASP.NET  Guest: Scott Mitchell


Listen To Sams PublishingApril 26, 2003 interview
September 29, 2001 Show:   Topic: Security  Guest: Anonymous


Listen To Sams PublishingSeptember 29, 2001 interview
April 8, 2000 Show:   Topic: Windows 2000  Guest: Dan Gookin
Get the most out of your Windows 2000 operating system.

Dan Gookin, author of Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional in 24 Hours, discusses the ways you can utilize Windows 2000 for maximum productivity. This book, focuses on the new Windows 2000 user interface, personal web technologies, new remote access features, security features, multimedia features, and much more.
Listen To Sams PublishingApril 8, 2000 interview
July 3, 1999 Show:   Topic: Y2K Solutions  Guest: Jim Cope
Want to know what your company should be doing about the Y2K problem? The Que division of MacMillan Publishing has a new take on the Y2K problem. Y2K: Lessons Learned from World-Class Companies gives you no-nonsense, practical strategies to get your company ready.

Get a realistic overview of the problem from author, Jim Cope.
Listen To MacMillanJuly 3, 1999 interview
May 8, 1999 Show:   Topic: Business Mismanagement  Guest: Alan Cooper
Who's Running the Show?

Press and Alan Cooper argue that "The Inmates are Running the Asylum". Alan Cooper offers a provocative, insightful and entertaining explanation of how talented people continuously design bad software-based products. More importantly, he uses his own work with companies big and small to show how to harness those talents to create products that will both thrill their users and grow the bottom line.
Listen To MacMillanMay 8, 1999 interview
December 26, 1998 Show:   Topic: Changes in Publishing  Guest: Paula Garrett, Trina Wilson
MacMillan is one of the best-known publishing houses for books in the world. Yet things change. Listen to find out how MacMillan is meeting publishing challenges in the digital age.

Paula Garrett and Trina Wilson cover MacMillan's Picture This! and Imagine It!
Listen To MacMillanDecember 26, 1998 interview
October 18, 1997 Show:   Topic: A Hacker's Confession  Guest: "William"


Listen To sams.netOctober 18, 1997 interview
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