I recently did a long radio interview on an Atlanta-based talk show called "Technology for Business Sake." The topic was our July cover story: "The 50 Who Matter Now." I talk about how the list was put together, and discuss some of the people who made it, including Steve Jobs, the Fake Steve Jobs, Susan Decker, Michael Moritz, Arrianna Huffington, and Mark Zuckerberg—and those who didn't—like Bill Gates and Kevin Rose. (Rose, as it happens, came in No. 9 in our reader poll, after attracting an impressive 295,314 votes. We decided to put Digg CEO Jay Adelson on the list, instead of going with the more predictable choice).
I also did a WSJ Radio interview on the same topic. I start about a third of the way in.