Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

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Cooler than Comic-Con?  Maybe.  Macworld has been on a roll, surprising and delighting fans, and twending in geekland.  Today Leo Laporte hosted a rockem sockem live onstage TWiT with Adam Savage, Mythbusters, Heather Gold, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, and Warp 11, Star Trek cover band.   Not expecting the lineup, the audience went wild.   […]


#Macworld Guide

10Feb10

Some are off to a snowy #EFM, and some are already enjoying a sunnier #TED, but with Macworld at Moscone, where else would we be.  They’re expecting a crowd of 30,000 so we’re off to check out what life will be like without Apple’s Orwellian ginormous looming black tombstone wall.  Times have changed.  Apple fandom […]


San Fran Music Tech is live today 9-11:30, 1-6 at http://www.justin.tv/richreader.  Follow at #sfmusictech, #sfmt.  Here are the notes from the first panel. Meet The Press Jon Healey, LA Times – Moderator Artists need to soak the demand curve from those who care, they’re the ones who will pay the most.  Sweet spot on Amazon […]


W 9/9, 10am Apple’s Rock and Roll Press Event Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco Steve Jobs walks on stage and the crowd goes wild – the stock is at $174.10.  “I wouldn’t be here without such generosity, so I hope all over us can be as generous and elect to become organ […]


What a way to kick off the 4Q with words from Disney, Hulu, Fox, Apple, YouTube, Mitch Lasky, and more: Tu 9/8 HRTS Digital Chiefs Luncheon Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles 11:30-2, Bob Iger, Disney will be chatting with Jason Kilar of Hulu, Jonathan Miller of News Corp, Chad Hurley of YouTube, and Chris […]


It was standing room only last night as hundreds huddled in Stanford’s Bishop Auditorium to get the lowdown on the exploding mobile ecosystem, learn best practices for charting the iPhone apps store, find out about write once, run anywhere platforms, and secure an invite to the Palm Pre SDK private beta. Gracing the MIT/Stanford VLAB stage […]