Just wondering. Now that I have high speed. will there be a feed of the Mac World SF expo keynote? TIA<br><br>D200, 18-200vr, 50 f1.8, SB-800, MB-D200, Canon HV20, Sony BDP-S1, Klipsch RF83 system, Denon 3808CI, Samsung 6187S, '79 Mercedes 300SD, MacPro, iMac 24in 2.8ghz, Kurzweil PC88mx, Roland JV90, 1080, XV5050, FantomXR, Yamaha S90, Gretsch White Falcon
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i heard it was gonna be simulcast. i dunno about a broadsast though. ;)<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]ichi</font color=blue><br><br>[color:green]peace</font color=green><br><br>[color:red]in times of peace, the warlike man attacks himself.</font color=red>
You can go to MacRumors.com ..I'm sure they will have live text updates like they always do. As far as a video stream ...you'll likely have to wait 4-5 hours and they will put it up later that day on Apple.com<br><br><br>zweisoft<br>
They have, in fact, broadcast a live stream. They stopped in 2006, when Jobs declared it "the year of HD" but they couldn't deliver a real HD experience via QuickTime video over the Web. They haven't resurrected it since.<br><br>
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