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TMO at MWSF - There's Something in the Air (at Apple.com)

by , 5:05 PM EST, January 14th, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO -- There's something in the air, according to Apple's Web site. The company is currently using its home page, one of the most visited Web pages on the Internet, to invite people to watch Steve Jobs's Macworld keynote, which takes place Tuesday in San Francisco, on Apple Web site. The phrase, "There's something in the air," is one the company is also using in its banners hung at Macworld.

Apple's home page is specifically inviting people to watch the keynote on Tuesday afternoon, though the event itself will take place Tuesday morning. Currently, there are no links in the large promotional spot, but look for something to be added sometime after the keynote is finished.

In the meanwhile, The Mac Observer is planning on offering our usual live coverage for the event, barring unforeseen technical issues.


A screenshot from Apple's Web site
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