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Monday, January 4th

[9:07 AM]
Guy Kawasaki To Appear At MacWorld Expo
Guy Kawasaki will be appearing at MacWorld Expo this week in San Francisco to sign copies of his new book Rules For Revolutionaries: The Capitalist Manifesto for Creating and Marketing New Products and Services. Mr. Kawasaki was the long time Mac Evangelist for Apple Computer and is often credited with fostering the near-religious fervor that many Mac users feel towards both Apple and the Mac.

Early last year, Mr. Kawasaki left Apple to start Garage.com, a venture capital company whose slogan is "we start up startups." Garage.com focuses on new technology companies, especially Internet related ones.

Mr. Kawasaki's schedule at MacWorld is as follows:

Tuesday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at Developer Depot (Net Innovators and Developer Central, booth #3051)

Wednesday 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Power On (booth 306)

1-4 at Developer Depot (Net Innovators and Developer Central, booth #3051)

Thursday 1100: AM to 3:00 PM at Developer Depot (Net Innovators and Developer Central, booth #3051)

Friday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Developer Depot (Net Innovators and Developer Central, booth #3051)

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