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Registration for Macworld Opens

Registration for Macworld Opens

by , 11:35 AM EDT, September 30th, 2005

Registration for Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco opened Friday morning, with early bird pricing available until December 9th. The Expo runs January 9-13, 2006.

In addition to the usual vendors, classes and other events, this year Macworld is adding a new feature called Market Symposiums. The symposiums are day-long events to help Mac users improve their skills in specific fields. Currently, symposiums are scheduled for Small Business, Education (K-12), Podcasting, Art Directors, and New Media Artists.

Early bird Expo passes range from US$25 for the Exhibit Hall only, to $1495 for combo packages that included classes, special conferences and keynotes. Regular prices range from $45 to $1695.

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