It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time again for Your Mac Life, the QuickTime-Webcast radio show about the Mac hosted by Shawn King and company. Tonight’s show features Apple director Ken Bereskin, the authors of “The Wireless Networking Starter Kit,” and Macworld’s Chris Breen.
Bereskin is director of Mac OS X Product Marketing at Apple, and he’ll be on the line to discuss Apple and AOL’s new partnership linking iChat AV to AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) through video chat. Glenn Fleishmann and Adam Engst have written “The Wireless Networking Starter Kit,” and have recently updated its second edition with new info. They’ll be on hand to answer questions about wireless networking and to give away copies of their book.
What’s more, Macworld columnist and Mac 911 writer Chris Breen will be present to discuss the iPod mini and to share his thoughts on how Apple’ use of the Dolby Advanced Audio Codec (AAC) standard for its iTunes Music Store may not be a good thing. Peter Cohen will also be on hand to give listeners all the latest Mac gaming news. Send in your questions to tonight’s guests by e-mail.
Listeners interested in chatting with each other online can do so by pointing their Web browser to World Without Borders or by using an IRC client to connect to the dedicated IRC server at irc.netmug.org in the #yourmaclife channel.
Your Mac Life is available in two versions — an audio-only feed better suited to low-bandwidth users or a video and audio feed that works well with high speed connections.
Your Mac Life happens this and every Wednesday evening from 5:30PM to 8PM Pacific Time, 8:30PM to 11PM Eastern.