A few thoughts on where Macworld can go in 2010.
A look at some of the smaller booths at the back of North Hall, and some speculation about what I’d like to see at Macworld 2010.
Yesterday I attended the Macworld Town Hall meeting – and I didn’t come away from it with a good impression about the future of Macworld. The entire gathering was filled with backhanded comments and down right jabs at Apple for the move they’ve made – with enough “patting on the back” by IDG to make […]
If you want to get a look at yesterday’s Philnote you can do so in a variety of ways. They have posted it streaming at Apple.com right here. You can also find it in iTunes available for download right here. Looking at all the articles this morning about the Keynote online, make it very clear […]
As you read this, I’m on an airplane headed to San Francisco for Macworld 2009. It’s the last Keynote, and Steve Jobs isn’t giving it – that’s kind of a bummer, and I’m afraid it may hang like a rain cloud over the entire, event. I hope not, but it’s certainly possible. I went back […]
Hey everyone, I hope you all had a happy and safe New Year’s Eve. Welcome to 2009. It should be a very interesting year for Apple. There are a lot of changes afoot with the company, from this year’s Macworld being their last, to the obvious shift away from Steve Jobs as a primary focus […]
So guess what? The iTablet rumor is back – AGAIN. This time it’s being reported by TechCrunch, a source I actually consider somewhat credible – but if this is true, I think it’s a huge mistake on Apple’s part. Michael Arrington is reporting that 3 separate sources have confirmed this thing, and one of them […]
IDG is not letting Macworld go down without a fight – and with that in mind, they’re going to be holding a “Town Hall Meeting” on Wed. January 7, at 5PM PT (at Moscone’s Gateway Ballroom – room 102) to discuss where Macworld should go without Apple’s direct involvement in the future. Everyone in attendance […]
Lesa Snider King is mad at Apple – and she’s not shy about it. She is calling for a “silent protest” at the Phil Schiller Keynote to let Apple know how upset you are about Apple abandoning Macworld. Here’s her take on the situation: On Tuesday, Dec. 16 Apple Inc. announced that Steve Jobs would […]
IDG World Expo was quick to respond yesterday with assurances that the “Macworld Expo” event would continue to happen in 2010 and beyond – with or without Apple. IDG vice president Paul Kent released a statement shortly after Apple’s press release yesterday afternoon. “We are on track for a terrific show this year, with strong […]