Conference & Expo
Jobs Keynote Speaker Jan. 6th
The Macworld Conference & Expo,
held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center January 5-9, is celebrating its
20th anniversary in 2004. The expo attracts Mac enthusiasts from around
the globe who want to network with their peers, check out the latest Mac
products and services, and learn valuable skills from industry experts.
Macworld has long been the largest technology trade show in San Francisco.
This conference is the world’s most
comprehensive Macintosh OS event. It showcases products and services for
professionals involved in media as well as creative content development
for corporate and home applications. Macworld offers professionals and
home users the opportunity to discover the latest developments and hottest
products on the market.
Apple Corporation, located in Cupertino,
released many innovations late in 2003 with related products, following
the well-received G5, Music Store, and IPOD. The G5, a collaborative
computer evolution developed in partnership with IBM, is a true
powerhouse. (Inside buzz indicates that there isn’t any product on the
horizon for the next ten years which will be able to touch the speed and
performance of the G5. The ten-year estimate is only relevant if
the Scottish lab working on a truly new computer technology will share
their innovative advancement with the world once it is finished.). One of
the G5 creative test labs was at Pixar in Emeryville, where Steve Jobs was
a superstar as both a cofounder in 1986 and CEO of the animation
corporation. Pixar produces award-winning animated feature films including
the all-time highest grossing animated film "Finding Nemo."
Macworld will be in Boston July 12-15,
2004 to celebrate the opening of the new Boston Convention &
Macworld event is owned and produced by
Framingham, Massachusetts-based IDG World Exp. For more information,
please visit the web site at www.macworldexpo.com.