With less than a week before Macworld Expo, we gather together a roundtable of Macworld editors—Philip Michaels, Jason Snell, Jim Galbraith, Dan Moren, and yours truly—to discuss the import of a Steve-less keynote presentation and Apple’s departure from this time-honored event.
Prior to that discussion I launch the first full installment of Mac 911 Takes to the Air!, an audio version of my Mac 911 tips and troubleshooting column and blog.
I conclude the podcast with a bit of musing about whether a version of iLife that simply worked beyond criticism would be enough to tempt people to upgrade.
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Various Macworld editors and contributors have shoved their oar in regarding the subject of what a Macworld Expo without Apple portends. Read what Jason Snell, Rob Griffiths, Dan Moren, Scott McNulty, The Macalope, and Ted Landau have to say.
Macworld will have tons of coverage all week long from Moscone Center. A good place to find it all is our Expo topic page, where you’ll see all the news, analysis, and multimedia coming out of the show. Speaking of multimedia, if you plan on being at the show, you can join our Macworld Expo 2009 Flickr group and post your photos for other Mac users to see.
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