Peter Lowe, Apple’s director of Marketing, Applications & Services will be a guest on tonight’s edition of
Your Mac Life, the Internet radio show about all things Mac, to discuss all the iTunes announcements made last week. On Oct. 15 Apple announced a Windows version of the
iTunes Music Store,
new iPod accessories
Apple and Audible.com also rolled out a new deal where exclusive audible content on will be available on the iTunes Music Store. Audible’s Jonathan Korzen will talk with Shawn King, host-producer of Your Mac Life, about the deal and what it offers to Mac users.
Meanwhile, the folks at the O’Reilly Network are putting on their second
Mac OS X Conference
next week in Santa Clara, Calif. Rael Dornfest, the conference co-chair, will be on YML to chat about the event.
Also joining the Your Mac Life crew will be Adam Engst, publisher of the TidBITS newsletter. He’s announced a new publishing project called “Take Control,” a series of electronic books written by well-known Mac authors. Engst will elaborate on why he’s entering the field of eBooks.
As always, Peter Cohen of MacCentral will have the latest Mac gaming news. This week, he’ll be joined by Dan Dickinson of
Freeverse, who will talk about the company’s new Active Lancer game and some of the things they have in the works. Dickinson will give away two copies of Active Lancer and a couple of copies of Burning Monkey Mah Jong Solitaire to Your Mac Life listeners. If you have any questions for tonight’s guests,
to Your Mac Life.
Also given away on tonight’s edition will be copies of Chris Breen’s “Secrets of the iPod,” Dan Frakes’ “Mac OS X Power Tools” and 12 conference passes (six Platinum and six Level 2 passes) to January’s Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. By the way, Your Mac Life is offering
for the show.
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. Or you can listen in to the
regular audio feed.