Posts Tagged ‘Leo Laporte’

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.   […]


Tucked into tiny North Hall, Macworld rocks on without Apple.  Half the floor space, schwagless vendors (no USB powered lava lamps, no bunny ears, no tee shirts) and a nearly invisible press – these could seem like dark times.  But the mood is surprisingly light as smiling crowds pulse through the narrow aisles of the market […]


#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 […]


It’s late and I’m clearing my desk trying to get out of town listening to Leo Laporte’s iTunes podcast.  Halfway through, the conversation starts to drift off from a sleepy chatter on Windows 7 and the new Melinda Gates spoof on Funny or Die to an all out manic rambling about SXSW.  Leo Laporte is not […]


Today is the last day of Macworld and time to look toward the future.  Booked for 1/4-8 San Francisco Moscone, Macworld 2010 is asking its fans to dream big.   So here is my vision of what Macworld could be, a place where one’s creative potential is unleashed.  A  lively festival/expo for books, music, movies and games […]


We woke this morning to Leo Laporte (Twit) and his inspiring remarks for the era of media participation, content creation and consumption.  Most enjoyable were his stylish slides and an all-knowing voice.  The audience left sunny and ready for another fun day on the expo floor.   Having spent the past two days in South Hall, […]