Tonight's edition of Your Mac Life, the Internet show that covers all things Mac, will reflect on last week's Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, including Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote, the exhibits, the parties, and YML's Best of Show Awards.
Colin Crawford, CEO of Mac Publishing, will talk about MWSF 2003, as well as the future of Mac expos. Tonight's Shawn King will also speak with The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg, who will discuss Macworld San Francisco, as well as Apple's focus and direction.
Another guest will be Chris Pirillo of TechTV's Call for Help. He'll offer his perspective on the expo "vibe." As usual, my MacCentral compadre, Peter Cohen, will be on hand. He'll look at the expo from a gamer's perspective. Have questions for any of tonight's guests? E-mail them to Shawn King, host-producer of Your Mac Life.
You can catch Your Mac Life every Wednesday evening from 5:30-8:30 p.m. (Pacific). You can also join the show's gang in one of the two chat rooms that run during the live show: on the World Without Borders site or on the dedicated IRC Server at irc.netmug.org in the #yourmaclife Channel.
Your Mac Life was the first show to use Apple's QuickTime Broadcaster to send out an MPEG-4 stream. You can tune in to the video feed by opening QT 6 and typing in this URL: rtsp://qt3.bopjet.net/yml/Testing.
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