|[3:40 PM] Steve Jobs To Officially Keynote MACWORLD New York
MACWORLD Expo New York is just around the corner, and Steve Jobs will officially be making the keynote. Apple and IDG Expos started the hype and excitement machine of MACWORLD by announcing that Mr. Jobs would be making the keynote and saying we won't want to miss it. According to IDG Expos:
Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO, will kick off MACWORLD New York 2000 with a keynote presentation on July 19, 2000, at 9:00 a.m. at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.
"Steve has told us this will be a keynote that you won't want to miss," said Rob Scheschareg, Vice President of IDG World Expo, the show's producer.
MACWORLD Conference & Expo is the world's most comprehensive Macintosh OS event, attracting more than 750 exhibiting companies and more than 130,000 attendees annually in the United States alone. As the premier showcase for Macintosh-related products and services, the semiannual MACWORLD Conference & Expo provides industry professionals and consumers alike the opportunity to discover the latest developments and newest products for all aspects of the Mac Market. Two conference programs plus full-day workshops cover beginning through advanced level topics for all Mac Users.
You can find more information on MACWORLD Expo at the event's Web site.
The Mac Observer Spin: We will be due for a round of hardware upgrades by then, plus the release of Mac OS X! Plus, if Apple is ever going to enter the handheld market again, this will be the time for it to happen. The Mac Observer will be present at MACWORLD Expo in force, and we hope to see you there!