We wrap up Keynote Day at Macworld Expo with a wrap-up of the keynote. Funny how that works, huh?
I’m joined in the Macworld Podcast PodLoft by editorial director Jason Snell and senior editors Dan Frakes and Rob Griffiths. The subject of our roundtable discussion? The keynote delivered by Apple senior vice president of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller. We pick apart each announcement made by Apple today, from iLife ’09 to iWork ’09 to the 17-inch unibody MacBook Pro. We even spend some time talking about Apple’s new iTunes Store policies, including the end of digital rights management.
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During our keynote discussion, Rob Griffiths mentions how his low expectations for the keynote were momentarily inflated when Phil Schiller said that his presentation would focus on the Mac; Rob expounds upon that theme in this Editors’ Notes blog entry.
Our discssion of the full-screen view in Pages ’09 refers to a similar feature in WriteRoom, a great program from Hog Bay Software.
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