On this week’s
Your Mac Life, the Internet show about all things Mac, host/producer Shawn King will look at the “State of the Mac.”
King will talk to David Pogue, columnist for the New York Times and Richard Kerris, Apple’s director of Developer Technology, will also be on the show to talk about Mac OS X and the
Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off with a keynote from Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
WWDC runs May 6-10 in San Jose, CA. Apple says attendees will have a chance to “be the first to explore the powerful new capabilities of the next major release of Mac OS X. And there’ll be over 100 in-depth technical sessions, special events and activities, most of which revolve around Mac OS X.
My MacCentral compadre, Peter Cohen, will have the latest in Mac gaming news. Also, King is making final preparations for a new show that will focus on Mac OS X and launch May 6. It will be a pre-recorded 60 minutes targeted at everyone interested in or actively using Mac OS X.
Tonight’s edition of Your Mac Life will also include e-mails and phone calls from listeners, as well as lots of prizes from Griffin Technology, Marathon Computer and CompanyStuff.com. You can catch the show every Wednesday evening from 6-8 pm (Pacific). And you can join the show’s gang in the chat rooms on the
World Without Borders Web site or on the Dal.Net servers on IRC in the #yourmaclife Channel.