The ugly truth about the Macintosh industry is that while all the Mac
users are nestled all snug in their beds or enjoying holiday cheer,
the companies that make the Mac what it is — and we who write about
those companies for a living — are preparing for the busiest time of
That’s because, for some unknowable and unfathomable reason, each
year the Macworld Expo in San Francisco — one of the Mac world’s key
events — takes place during the first week of January.
So while you sip a glass of egg nog, rattle those presents under your
tree, and count down the days to the year 2000, we’ll be on the case
of what’s to come at Macworld Expo — and this site, Macworld Expo
Central, is the place you should visit to keep up to date on where
the Mac is going in the year 2000.
Over the next couple of weeks leading up to Macworld Expo, Macworld
Expo Central will feature breaking news from the reporters of MacWEEK
and MacCentral, plus analysis from the editors of Macworld. We’ll be
providing overviews of every segment of the Mac community and what
they have to look forward to, not just at Macworld Expo San
Francisco, but the year 2000 as a whole.
Not only that, but we’ll be providing features for those of you who
are coming to San Francisco for the big show. Beloved columnist Andy
Ihnatko will provide his own unique perspective on visiting San
Francisco, and the Macworld editors will chime in as well.
Once the show begins, this will be the best place to find the latest
), product information,
scuttlebutt from the show floor, reports about the coolest Expo
parties, and much more. We, the combined Web sites of Mac Publishing,
plan for Macworld Expo Central to be by far the best place to read
about all the goings-on at one of the most important events of the
So stay tuned to Macworld Expo Central, before and during the expo.
We’re sure you won’t be disappointed.
–Jason Snell, Editor, Macworld.com
Macworld Expo Central