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Macworld Party for the People

Macworld Party for the People

by , 11:00 AM EST, January 3rd, 2006

The third annual Macworld Party for the People, graciously arranged by Deb Shadovitz, will be at the Renaissance Parc 55 on Tuesday, January 10, 2006, at 8p.m. The event is for all Macworld Expo attendees, the only requirement is that your bring your Expo badge to get in.

The party, hosted by MacAddict contributing editor, Deb Shadovitz, has several Mac luminaries and celebrities scheduled to attend. Some of the people you can expect to see include:

    Shelly Brisbin, author of many a book and magazine article, the latest of which is her upcoming book, Easy iPod and iTunes.
    Our own Dave Hamilton, publisher of The Mac Observer.
    Andy Ihnatko, technology columnist for The Chicago Sun-Times, author of Macworld magazine's back-page, and TMO columnist.
    The Tidbits crew Adam and Tonya Engst, and Jeff Carlson.
    Andrew Shalat, Macworld author and now author of Mac Design Out of The Box.
    Daniel East, contributor to Layers magazine and more.
    Chris Breen, long-time Macworld magazine author and now editor of Playlist Magazine.
    Dennis Sellers, editor of Macsimum News.
    David Feng, contributor to Macsimum News who is coming from Beijing, China.
    Rachael Smithey, editor of the Mac section About Focus on Macs at About.com.

There will be a cash bar, and free hors d'oeuvres, trivia contest, and prizes from the sponsors.

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