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Screen Shot 2014-07-22 at 4.18.13 PMHas OWC provided you with the solutions you needed? If so, and you feel comfortable being interviewed, OWC Radio would like to hear from you! We are looking to interview real customers about the solutions and products Other World Computing provided that helped in your private or professional life. We want to share stories about our customers! 

Requirements: A decent microphone, a half-hour of your time, and Skype! That’s it! OWC Radio host Tim Robertson will arrange a time that works for you, and discuss the Mac, your history using technology, and how OWC helped you with a solution or product. 

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  • Tim, thanks for the resurgence of OWC Radio. The show is truly enjoyable and informative…and entertaining! Keep up the great work!

    • Thank you so much, Richard. I will endeavor to keep up the entertainment value as the show progresses. I have an absolute blast doing this show, and have some great new segments coming in the next few months!

  • Thanks, Steven.

    I don’t know of another industry that competitors will rush a product to market based only on a rumor like Samsung did. Kinda crazy!

    Thanks for listening to the show!


  • I am writing to comment on the rumored iWatch that you discussed on your last OWC Radio podcast.

    I, too, don’t get it. I agree with you 100%. I cannot find a compelling need for a wearable device, especially at the rumored price point.

    Having said this, if anyone can create a classy wearable device, Apple can. We’ll have to wait and see. I am so amused at the clunky junk that Apple’s competitors rushed to market. It is laughable and I have a hard time imagining that the executives of those companies actually THINK that their product will be game changing.

    Thanks for listening.


    Steven Axtell
    Tulsa, Oklahoma