Macworld Expo Announces 2007 User Conference Sessions

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Macworld Expo announced new User Conference sessions for its January event, including sessions on podcasting, Mac maintenance, Appleis iWork, and more. 30 different 75 minute sessions will be available over a two-day period.

Session highlights include:

  • TikiBar TV Serves Podcasting Secrets. Sorry, no Mai Taiis or Pina Coladais here, but attendees won?t want to miss Dr. Tiki and Johnny Johnny from TikiBarTV.com as they reveal the ingredients that helped them concoct one of the most popular video podcasts since the launch of the video iPod.
  • iPod: Fully Loaded. Even Neo would be blown away by this session! Ever thought about ripping a DVD onto your iPod or recording TV Shows? How about running an entire keynote presentation or PowerPoint presentation straight from an iPod? Why lug a notebook around when you have an iPod? Join Andy Ihnatko, Americais 42nd Most Beloved Columnist as he talks about tricks and techniques from his new book and find ways to ensure that every last megabyte of your iPod is crammed with more than just Abbais Greatest Hits!
  • Enhance Your Business Image Through iWork and iWeb. Why not give your business image a makeover? Join Alan Eyzaguirre from Apple as he illustrates techniques, as well as teaching attendees how to use iWork and iWebis vast range of templates and features, to help personalize your business.
  • Give Your Mac A Tune-Up! You take your car into the repair shop regularly to have it "tuned up" and have other preventative maintenance performed-even if your car is running smoothly at the time. You should do the same with your Mac. This session covers all you need to know to keep your Mac in tip-top condition. Learn what you really should be doing vs. what is really a waste of time (despite what the conventional wisdom might say).
  • The Digital Camera Of 2015. Go beyond "how many megapixels" with David Pogue, tech columnist for The New York Times and hear about the liquid lenses, touch screens, hydrogen batteries, massive storage devices, and smile-recognition software of the next decadeis digital camera, including which current annoyances will go away and which will only get worse.

Macworld Expo 2007 runs from January 8 through January 12 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Additional information about the conferences and Expo is available at the Macworld Expo Web site.

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