MacTech 25: Cast Your Vote in People’s Choice
– Voting now open
Community chooses the most influential people in Mac technical community
VOTING ENDS APRIL 1st. Vote now!
MacTech Magazine has opened voting for the 2007 MacTech 25. The MacTech 25
list is a compilation of the most influential people in the Mac technical
community. It allows the community to recognize those who are the most
influential — through their work, writing, or any other effort they may
The MacTech 25 is designed to recognize the technical contributions of
developers, writers, bloggers, problem-solvers and personalities to the
Macintosh technical community. The MacTech 25 is not a popularity contest,
nor is it to “pick your favorite CEO.” We’re looking for the most
influential in the Mac TECHNICAL market. (See last year’s MacTech 25 at
get an idea.)
The results will be presented in an upcoming issue of MacTech, just in time
for this year’s WWDC.
We want the community to determine the 25 most influential Mac technical
people for 2007 by voting for the MacTech 25, and the best way to do this
is to poll the Mac Technical community, or those “in the know.”
Vote now at: (https://www.mactech.com/mostinfluential)
Please vote early, but NOT often!
1. They must be alive as of March 19, 2007 (when voting began)
2. MacTech internal staff and Xplain Corp. employees are ineligible
3. Apple employees are not eligible for the list, but are
eligible for honorable mention list.
MacTech will be monitoring the votes to prevent vote stacking. We require
voters include their contact information so that we may ask for more
information regarding your vote, but we will not add your contact
information to any other list. Your votes, of course, will remain anonymous
to everyone except select MacTech staff.
Click here to vote!
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