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Macworld 2006 Feature Presentations Announced

Macworld 2006 Feature Presentations Announced

by , 10:30 AM EDT, October 26th, 2005

The Feature Presentations for Macworld 2006 in San Francisco have been announced, and they are now open to all expo attendees. The Feature presenters include Michael Rubin, David Pogue, Chris Pirillo and Russell Brown.

The presentation list includes:

  • “Droidmaker,” presented by Michael Rubin, author of Droidmaker: George Lucas and the Digital Revolution, discusses how the tools on every Mac were revolutionary notions in the 1960s
  • “Macworld Live! with David Pogue,” presented by David Pogue, author and New York Times technology columnist, is a lively talk show that includes the news of the day, exciting guests, David’s famous song parodies and plenty of surprises.
  • “The Russell Brown Power Hour,” presented by Photoshop expert Russell Brown, will show off some new features in Photoshop CS2, along with tips and tricks.
  • “The Podcast Economy,” with Industry luminary Chris Pirillo and RSS pioneer, discusses the rise of the Podcasting phenomenon: the societal impact and the economic opportunities that have arisen in its wake, and the future of podcasting.
  • “MacBrainiac Challenge,” hosted by Chris Breen prolific author and Playlist editor, is the Macworld geek trivia game where teams of Mac personalities pit their knowledge against each other.

Macworld runs from January 9-13, 2006 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Additional information and event pricing is available at the Macworld Expo web site.

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