Some college campuses will be providing live satellite feeds of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote tomorrow at the Macworld Conference & Expo in New York.
Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, will be doing just that in the Baker building, room L5 (lower level). What’s more, refreshments will be served, Andrew Jones, CWRU Apple Campus Representative, said.
Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, will also be broadcasting the keynote live via satellite in the Keathley University Center Theater. If you get there early (8 am), you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, as well.
Details are online.
Meanwhile, Apple will stream the event via QuickTime. The live Webcast will take place at 9 (Eastern) on Wednesday, July 17, at and will be available from Apple’s Web site. See our
July 8 article for details.