Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dunitlongpole, Jan 11, 2008.
Does anyone know if the Macworld keynote speech will be webcast next week?
No live video that I know of but as usual a number of places should be doing their semi-live updated testcast of the event. Lately MacRumorsLive.com has been listing the places doing the broadcasts. You should also be able to checkout any major Mac site the day before for info on who's doing it.
tuaw.com usually has up-to-the-minute updates...
no live video, usually they post it online later in the day though...
if you want to keep up with what's going on, like mentioned above, check out either tuaw.com, engadget.com or macrumorslive.com
It'd be nice to bring back the days of live videocast but with the number of people that watch this event now I can see it being pretty hard to supply enough bandwidth. Even Apple's main site gets brought to a crawl around the Keynote as do many of the sites with the textcast.
Someone was posting pictures taken with their MacBook iSight a while back as the show went along. Can't recall who but I haven't seen them do it again at the more recent ones. I'd guess Apple put a stop to that.
I read on MacRumors.com that this site will be streaming the keynote live: http://thedigitallifestyle.tv/Home.html
I also found this: http://www.engadget.com/2008/01/15/live-from-macworld-2008-steve-jobs-keynote/