The Expo exhibition floor had a definitive Aqua flavor to it.
Part of the challenge in navigating the Expo floor is looking at the ceiling without running into the people directly in front of you.
Apple’s new iTunes software oocupied a prominent place in the Apple booth.
The front of Apple’s booth touted the Unix-like capabilities of the forthcoming OS X.
Passers-by pondered the point of a giant handheld gizmo.
The colorful School Zone booth attracted a crowd of educational software users.
The Macworld booth, as seen from the mezzanine level.
Macworld ‘s Director of Product Evaluation Kristina DeNike and Editor in Chief Andy Gore, and MacCentral’s Jim Dalrymple discuss the Tuesday keynote.
Macworld associate How-to editor Jennifer Berger, Lab Test Manager Jim Galbraith, and Director of Product Evaluation Kristina DeNike work the show floor.