I just found out that apple sent a memo explaing that the keynote will not be simulcast. Thats BS for those of us who are avid supporters of Apple. Just because someone got some inside info. Who cares, that just because people really want to know. That just puts another scar on their reputation. It better be damn good! -Maestro
[censored], that they are not broadcasting. However, I am sure that this decision was made b/c Apple was being met with opposition from reporters. Why pay the money to go and see the keynote if you can watch the thing on simulcast?
I am sure that this was a tough decision. However, I do believe that it was in Apple's best interest for reporting. It would get to the point where Apple wouldn't even need to have a MacWorld if it was always broadcasted. Steve Jobs could sit in an office and speak to everyone via an isight... :P
They will be releasing the keynote. It will just be a few hours after, or so I hear.
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That is horrible. Good buisness descision, but its just tradition thats broken. It won't personally affect me, because im still in high school so I will be in school during it anyway..... (I have yet to see a live keynote because of this)
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