TUAW TV Live at 5 PM EDT: A Welshman and a Coloradan walk into a bar...

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TUAW TV Live at 5 PM EDT: A Welshman and a Coloradan walk into a bar...

Today on TUAW TV Live I have the distinct pleasure of introducing you to one of our TUAW bloggers and resident Welshman, Dr. Richard Gaywood. Rich has been writing for us for a while, and he's known for his insights into just about everything. I don't know how many times we've been lounging around the TUAW newsroom and asked a hypothetical question, only to have Rich send us a well-researched statistical dissertation a few minutes later.

On this afternoon's show, Rich and I will be kicking around the news from the WWDC keynote on Monday. Whether the topic is Versions in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or the notification screen in iOS 5, the two of us are fairly likely to have an opinion.

We'll also be taking questions and comments about the recent TUAW redesign. As our fearless leader Victor Agreda has said, "release early and refine often," so your feedback will be welcome. We are not going back to the old design, though...

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As usual, I'll be starting the show at 5 PM EDT (2 PM PDT / 10 PM BST) sharp, and we'll take a few minutes to chat before the demos start. To join in on the chat and watch the live streaming video, drop by TUAW about five minutes before the start time to get your instructions on how to participate. If you're unable to join us for the show, remember that you can always subscribe to the video podcast and watch the show at your leisure in iTunes or your other favorite podcatching app. The past shows are also available on the TUAW YouTube channel.

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