It may only be February, but that doesn’t mean it’s not time to think about how you’ll be spending the summer. Specifically, you might want to consider marking off your calendar for
Macworld Conference & Expo, which returns to New York City’s Jacob K Javits Center from July 15 – 19, 2002.
Although the exhibit hall itself is open from July 17 – 19, the 15th and 16th are chock-full of interesting workshops and conferences that power users will be interested in. On the July 15 and July 16 users can attend “Power Tools” programs to learn how to get the most out of specific applications and tools, while the 16th will sport full-day workshops. Hands-on MacLabs — scheduled for Friday the 19th — is a new half-day event where users will get hands-on training with key applications and tools. Other events include the Macworld/Pro conferences, Macworld/Users conferences, workshops, MacBeginnings, Birds of a Feather meetings and more.
The event, which happens in San Francisco every January and in New York in July, is now in its 18th year. Macworld Conference & Expo draws tens of thousands of Macintosh users from all walks of life — graphic design, education, mainstream business and research institutions. They gather to find out the latest about what’s going on in the Mac marketplace and to take a look at the latest and greatest machines and software in action.
Pre-registration has opened for Macworld Conference & Expo. Attendees who register before June 17, 2002 are entitled to special offers — and will have their badges mailed to them prior to the show.