The Road to Macstock ran through a hallway in the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, where Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline and Allison Sheridan of the Nosillacast talked about their presentations, the event, and why Allison was wearing a furry tiara.
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Don McAllister is the host and producer of ScreenCastsOnline, a weekly video tutorial service, designed to help people get the most out of their Macs, iPads and iPhones. He also publishes his training videos in the SCOtutor series of apps, blogs at The Mac Screencast Guy, and can be found on Twitter.
Allison Sheridan is the host of the NosillaCast Mac Podcast – a technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Macintosh bias – which has been running for 10 years with more than 500 episodes. The NosillaCast brings you Mac and iOS tips and tricks and tools, but also dives into photography and security and accessibility among many other technology subjects. Allison produces the NosillaCast weekly as an audio podcast and an extensive blog at http://podfeet.com, and she also broadcasts the creation of the show live on video every week to an audience who affectionately call themselves the NosillaCastaways.
You may also have seen or heard Allison on Tech News Today and MacBreak Weekly on the TWiT Network, the Daily Tech News Show, Let’s Talk Photography and Let’s Talk Apple, The Mac Roundtable, Mac Geek Gab, Cordkillers, the Pocket Show and The Mac Show on the British Tech Network, the SMR Podcast, Tech’s Message, The Productive Woman Podcast, as a screencaster on ScreenCasts Online and as a columnist in SCO Magazine.
Allison has a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and worked for a large aerospace company for 35 years. She ran a 170 person IT organization with budget responsibility for $50M/year. In her last few years she became an IT Fellow, the highest technical level possible in IT in the company.