Me at Macworld Expo

By  |  Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at 6:40 am

About twenty years after I attended my first Macworld Expo, I’m tickled to be speaking at one. Week after next, I’m part of a new Macworld feature called the Industry Forum, which consists of quick presentations by a bunch of folks–other speakers include Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell, Daring Fireball’s John Gruber, Mac founding father Bill Atkinson, and others.

As usual, Macworld is at San Francisco’s Moscone Center; I go on Wednesday, January 26th at 10:40am. (The conference sessions run from January 25th-29th and the show floor opens on the 27th.) My topic is “Thoughts on Mobile,” and I plan to spend twenty minutes exploring the current state of competition between iOS devices and their competition and mulling over where it may lead in the months and years to come.

Hope to see you there!



2 Comments For This Post

  1. @machine906 Says:

    Break a leg dude!

  2. dholyer Says:

    I have a question, When you go to a MAC convention do they embed a colored crystal into the palm of your hand, And when you turn 40 the crystal turns black and you can no longer attend the conventions.

    The little footage I have seen from them, and their seems to be little film of these things. All I see is 20 to 40 year old's, and I've only see one long haired hippie and he was behind the counter.

    This makes me start thinking Logan's Run. And let me guess the weapons they have only shoot Windows computer Viruses. Do you think they will ever get the media coverage that CES gets. Or are you afraid of the over hyping factor.