Our Expo keynote re-enactment

Sure, you could join the mob that masses outside the Moscone Center every January for a chance at a seat inside for Steve Jobs’ annual Macworld Expo keynote. Heck, you can even go to Apple’s Web site and watch the keynote in its entirety.

But who has the time to do all that? Instead, in this Macworld Video, I’ve boiled down last week’s keynote to its essential bullet points. And I’m assisted in this dramatic re-enactment by Sophie Schultz, the daughter of Macworld art director Rob Schultz.

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• Format: MPEG-4/H.264

• Resolution: 320 x 240 (iPhone & iPod compatible)

• Size: 8.2 MB

• Length: 1 minute, 18 seconds

Show Notes

Of course, the items Steve Jobs covered in last week’s keynote included the iPhone and iPod touch software updates, iTunes movie rentals, Apple TV update, and MacBook Air release.

As reported on the site Thursday, our MacBook Air has arrived, and we’ve already completed our first lab tests on the notebook.

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