Macworld is all over Macworld 2011—San Francisco’s annual gathering of Apple experts, vendors, and enthusiasts. Our participation goes beyond crawling the show floor to find compelling products and trends, however. We will additionally be spending hours each day on the
Macworld Live stage.
This is a large stage on the show floor—found near the back of the first floor of Moscone West at booth 752—where we’ll be talking with a variety of people about all things Apple. If you’re at the show, feel free to take a load off, have a seat, and watch the presentations live and in person. If you can’t be at the show, no worries. We’ll be live streaming audio and video from the stage.
You can find the
Macworld Live schedule here. And we’ll post a prominent link to the stream on
Macworld’s home page. See a video archive of presentations and highlights from the show floor on our
Macworld 2011 page.
Highlights of the Macworld Live presentations include (Pacific Time):
Thursday, January 27:
Mac Power Users – Backing Up with David Sparks and Katie Floyd.
The Mac in Education with Hawaii Prepatory Academy’s Dr. Bill Wiecking and Chris Breen.
Pundit Showdown Live with Macworld’s Philip Michaels.
The Future of the Mac with Jason Snell, John Gruber, Adam Engst, and Dan Moren.
Friday, January 28:
10:30 AM: The Creative iPad with Serenity Caldwell.
MacVoices Podcast – Parenting in the Age of the Internet with Chuck Joiner and guests.
Macworld Best of Show with Roman Loyola and Jason Snell.
Stump the Mac IT Guy with John Welch and Chris Breen (come by and ask John your toughest IT questions)
Meet the Photographers with Ben Long, Joseph Holmes, and Steve Simon.
Angry Mac Bastards Podcast Live with Peter Cohen, Darby Lines, and John Welch.
Saturday, January 29:
Microsoft Office 2011 Tips and Tricks with Serenity Caldwell.
Holmes Brothers Live with Joseph, Tim, and Chris Holmes; Andy Ihnatko; Adam Engst; and Chris Breen.
iFixIt Live with Kyle Wiens and Chris Breen. iFixIt fixes Apple gear live on stage.
Expo Wrap Up with Jason Snell, Dan Frakes, Dan Moren, and Chris Breen.
MacGeek Gab Live with Dave Hamilton and John Braun.