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daycus maximus wrote:
"i'm just rusty with my time zones.. what time, (EST, that is) should i be tuning in to watch the keynote address at today's macworld expo?"

EST is three hours ahead of PST, so you'll want to tune in at noon.
 

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...and I thought I was the only guy in Hamilton who watches the Jobsnote
Actually sometimes they breakup and buffer quite a bit so i listen later. sometimes, but it is kinda cool hearing it live, more or less.

Im really not expecting much this time, but you never know, maybe a new device
Mark
 

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I'm going to watch the keynote at one of the Satelite links that Apple is hosting.

Apple Canada will be holding the MacWorld Keynote downlink in the following cities:

Markham, ON, Canada    Jan 7, 2003    ( Tue )    12:00 PM-02:00 PM Eastern
Dorval, QC, Canada    Jan 7, 2003    ( Tue )    12:00 PM-02:00 PM Eastern
Calgary, AB, Canada    Jan 7, 2003    ( Tue )    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Vancouver, BC, Canada    Jan 7, 2003    ( Tue )    09:00 AM-11:00 AM Pacific


You can register at:

here

I'm such a Mac geek. I look forward to keynotes almost more than the holidays. :D


I could care less about processor upgrades (Don't get me wrong, they're nice) but I'm eagerly awaiting new versions of iMovie and iDVD. A Apple based web browser might be really cool. A new Apple digital device would be sweet too.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by daycus maximus:
i'm just rusty with my time zones.. what time, (EST, that is) should i be tuning in to watch the keynote address at today's macworld expo?[/LIST]<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

By the way, that's tomorrow at noon, not today.
 

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ehMax, don't forget about 1:30PM here in most of Newfoundland and Labrador. :D
 

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From MacNN

"Apple to announce 800Mbps FireWire?
ITworld.com reports on a "premature news release" this morning by SmartDisk on new desktop hard drives that connect to Macs using the new high-speed 800Mbps FireWire standard: "The aborted news suggests that Apple may announce FireWire2, or FireWire 800, in his keynote speech at Macworld Expo Tuesday. FireWire2 is the next generation of the Apple-invented standard. It supports data transfer at 800Mbps and is backwards-compatible with computers and peripherals that support FireWire 1."

I guess smart disk is in trouble with steve.

John
 

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Strongblade's MWSF prediction...

iTransmat v 1.0 Software & Firewire2 based "iTransmat Pad" hardware bundle.

Seemlessly teleport objects between Macs via Rendez-Vous technology.

It will give a whole new meaning to "Object Oriented Programming".

:cool:
 

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Btw, Envy News will be covering the show tomorrow, and we even have a Staff Photographer in San Francisco. We'll be publishing a Expo Report tomorrow night or Wednesday morning - depending on just how good this show will be.

Shameless plug:
Envy News
 
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