Apple has posted their latest ‘Get a Mac’ ad just before the 2008 Macworld Expo kicks off. The ad does a good job of what I think these commercials should be doing – showing off a feature of OSX and explaining how it works…and it’s worth a chuckle ta boot.
Archives for January 2008
This is quite odd – for some reason in the Adium stats that you can see right here a device called “MacbookAir” appears. You can see the image of it above, to see it on the stats page you’ll have to scroll down a bit -but its there. So, is that confirmation that a “Macbook […]
While you will be able to see every major thing covered by Apple Gazette right here on the blog (and in the main RSS feed for you RSS Subscribers), there are several other ways to keep in up with Apple Gazette to find out what’s happening at Macworld 2008. Twitter From About 6:00 am on […]
Ars Technica has posted the first images of banners up at the Moscone Center, and the tag line is “2008. There’s something in the air.” What on earth could that mean?
We will be covering Macworld 2008 extensively here at Apple Gazette.com. Click Here to subscribe to our RSS Feed, and you can read LIVE Keynote coverage in our Live Center on Jan. 15th. You can also follow our Macworld coverage on Twitter and Flickr. The 2008 Macworld Keynote is only a few days away, and […]
So just how is this whole going to Macworld thing going to work? Find out here! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen to every episode of […]
I love Stumble Upon. It’s one of my favorite ways to surf the web. My biggest complaint about it is that I have to use Firefox for it. Now, don’t get me wrong, Firefox is great – but I find it really slows my Mac down (most likely because I have 100+ other windows open, […]
I’ve been getting ready for Macworld, and since I have a young child at home who has made it clear that my going to San Francisco for several days is not the greatest thing ever, I have been trying to find a webcam for our Mac Mini. I might as well be trying to find […]
Here’s an interesting tid-bit that David Pogue of the New York Times pointed out yesterday. It looks like Apple has quietly eliminated the numerical keypad on the latest Macbooks. When Pogue got a new Macbook recently (I can’t figure out why he did that this close to Macworld)When a reader recently sent David a note, […]
There was so much good news to post on the site today that I basically had to do a run down of it for the podcast too – so…um…enjoy! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can […]