One notable item this year from the Macworld Expo keynote was the Internet. The Internet, you might ask? Yes, the Internet. Or in other words how the Internet and a dozen major web sites around the globe were brought to their knee.
Large operations such as Engadget, Macworld, Twitter and a host of others were all useless. I was only able to get a reliable fix from CNET, and I dont even like them but they were they only thing I could get onto.
But now that is is over, you can watch one of the following versions of the keynote. The long one or the short one
For users desiring the long one:
The Macworld 2008 Keynote Speech
For those who dont want to take all day to find out what went on, you can check out this one.
The Macworld 2008 Keynote Speech in 90 seconds!
While the goodies they produced are quite nice, there really was sort of a dead ending to the whole keynote. I was waiting, as were many other people, for the "One more thing" speech that they were going to bring out the real meat of the keynote. But then, that never happened so we were stuck here holding nothing but the Air.