The “Power 25” list of movers and shakers in the Mac industry will be spotlighted on tonight’s episode of Your Mac Life, the Internet show about all things Mac.
Matt Deatherage, the publisher of the Mac Daily Journal, or MDJ, (the “Daily Journal for Serious Macintosh Users”) recently announced the fourth annual MDJ Power 25 list, which is described as “the Macintosh industry’s only serious attempt to track the perception of power and influence in the community.”
Not surprisingly, Apple CEO Steve Jobs comes in at number one. Others in the top five are Avie Tevanian, Apple’s chief software technology officer; Bertrand Serlet, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering; Adam C. Engst, author and publisher of TidBITS; and Jonathan Ive, Apple’s vice president of design.
Also joining Your Mac Life host-producer Shawn King on Wednesday will be Roger Crouch, of NASA. Crouch went up on two Space Shuttle Missions in the 90’s and will talk about Nasa @ The Library, a program that uses flat panel iMacs to tell school kids at public libraries around the U.S. about NASA.
As usual, Peter Cohen of MacCentral will be on hand with the latest Mac gaming news. This week he’ll talk with David Dobson, the man behind the Snood puzzle game.
If you have any questions for tonight’s guests, e-mail them to Your Mac Life. You can catch Your Mac Life every Wednesday evening from 5:30-8 p.m. (Pacific).
You can also join 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. If you have a high speed Internet connection, you can access the live video stream during the Your Mac Life broadcast instead. Or you can listen in to the regular audio feed.