Macworld Conference & Expo
returns to the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif. from January 5 to 9, 2004, and attendees only have until December 8 to get early bird price discounts on their registration packages.
2004 marks the 20th anniversary of Macworld Conference & Expo, and next month’s event in San Francisco promises to be memorable. Special features include the Macintosh Gaming Area, iDay 2004, an Internet Cafe, Apple Consultants Network, User Group Lough, MacBeginnings and much more.
Macworld Conference & Expo is, as the name implies, chock-full of conferences for Mac users looking to get the most out of their software and hardware — the Power Tools Conferences are two-day sessions of focused training on specific applications and tools. The MacIT Conference — new to San Francisco — provides topics of interest for enterprise and IT managers. Hands-on MacLabs provide half-day courses, while tutorials provide full-day in-depth training. User conferences provide ways for Mac users to stay on top of Mac-related tools and applications, and the keynote address and feature presentation are always a good draw to find out the latest news from Apple and others.
Early bird pricing discounts will knock up to $200 off the price of some conference packages compared to their regular cost, so make sure to take advantage of the deals. More information is available from
the Web site.
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