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July 20th, 1999

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[3:15 PM]
MACWORLD Expo: More Options Than Ever For Watching Jobs' Keynote
In what has become a very popular Internet events during the last two years, Steve Jobs' presentation at tomorrow's MACWORLD Expo Keynote will webcast. What makes this year a bit different is that viewers will have a new choice for watching the event, QuickTime 4 Streaming. With far more demand than capacity having plagued the last two MACWORLD keynotes, these choices will hopefully mean that more viewers will be able to see the event.

ZDNet will be offering the presentation in RealVideo as well as the Windows-only Windows Media Player. You can find their links at a special web page for the keynote.

Apple will be providing QuickTime 4 live streaming of the event as well.

The Mac Observer will be offering coverage direct from the Expo floor throughout the day for the rest of the week.

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