One thing about being a reader of Macworld —you’re rarely left wanting for an opportunity to sound off to one of our editors. Besides the editorial contacts page, there’s also our online forum. Just post a question or a comment, and chances are pretty strong, you’ll hear back from someone affiliated with Macworld .
About the only thing we don’t offer is some form of live communication—where you can submit questions and see selected questions-and-answers from one of our editors within seconds, as if you were having a face-to-face conversation with Jason Snell or Christopher Breen or (God help you) Philip Michaels. At least, we didn’t offer that—until now.
This Friday, May 26, Macworld will host its first-ever live chat. Editorial Director Jason Snell and Senior News Editor Jonathan Seff will field your questions on Apple’s new MacBook or any other piece of recently-released Apple hardware you’d like to discuss. Wondering how the MacBook’s benchmarks translate to real-world performance or whether it’s a viable gaming machine ? Whatever your MacBook question, Jason and Jon will be on hand to offer speedy replies.
The hour-long chat kicks off at 11 a.m. Pacific time on Friday. We’ll post the URL for the chat session the Thursday before the event on our news page. You don’t need to be a registered Macworld forum user to participate—this chat is open to anyone who stops by on Friday at 11.
Got a question about the MacBook or Apple hardware that just can’t wait until Friday? Post it in the attached forum thread below, and we’ll put it at the front of the queue for Friday’s chat.