Posted by: LoveTheBomb
What time is the keynote - 06/23/03 04:29 AM
Please tell me it's not at 1:00pm Eastern Time. I just got an email that we have a meeting starting at 1pm and it could take a while.<br><br>-Matt<br><br>
Posted by: MachOne
Re: What time is the keynote - 06/23/03 04:37 AM
Well it starts at 4am here, so I don't think I'll be catching it live.
<br><br>I got my fingers crossed it'll be all true. Pleeeease...
<br><br>I feel a bit like a kid again.
Posted by: lesh
Re: What time is the keynote - 06/23/03 04:44 AM
Borrowed from the GD forum at MC:<br><br> Some links for live WWDC keynote coverage
<br><br>(Sorry, looks like 1PM is the magic hour for the east coast.)<br><br><br>
Posted by: squareman
Re: What time is the keynote - 06/23/03 04:52 AM
The public Webcast isn't until something like 3 hours later (i.e., it's time-delayed). Although, as I understand it, some institutions, like schools, will have access to live feeds.<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
Posted by: hayesk
Re: What time is the keynote - 06/23/03 06:00 AM
That's ok. Just think, it'll save you from the hour of saying "C'mon Safari! Refresh! Refresh!!!" When you get back, it'll all be there.