Mike Schroepfer, 40th most important person

It's fun when people are ranked. It's even more fun when your friends make the list. Mike Schroepfer has been declared the 40th most important person on the web by PC World. Congrats, Schrep! Alex introduced me to Matt Mullenweg (#16) the other day (I crashed a Silicon Valley party with lots of big names present), but I didn't get to chat with him much. When we approached each other, Matt said, "you must be the underwater photographer." Of course, he mistook Adam Tow for me earlier in the evening, but I can see how that might happen; we're both often seen as "the Asian dude with the huge camera."

By the way, I noticed that the mug shots on the PC World page are in the Adobe RGB 1998 color space. What a rookie move.