The Mac Observer offers live event coverage for Apple's keynote presentations on our Web site, and now you can follow along on Twitter, too. TMO's new MacObserverLive Twitter feed will mirror our live event coverage, and you can see it in action on Monday, June 8 during Apple's World Wide Developer Conference keynote presentation.
Since communication is a two-way street, you can talk with us on Twitter, too. Along with MacObserverLive, you can chat with us at MacObserver. Several of our staff members use Twitter including Dave Hamilton, Bryan Chaffin, Jeff Gamet, John Martellaro, Nancy Gravley, Stephen Swift, Ted Landau and Bob LeVitus.
Twitter is a microblogging service that limits post length to 140 characters. You can sign up for a free account at the Twitter Web site.
Apple's World Wide Developer Conference kicks off in San Francisco on Monday, June 8. The Mac Observer will be there offering live coverage of Monday morning's keynote presentation, along with event coverage throughout the week.
Be sure to check in Monday morning for our live keynote coverage, and throughout the rest of the week for additional WWDC news.