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\'Macworld On Tour\' to debut on March 9-10 in Florida

updated 03:25 pm EST, Thu January 6, 2005

\'Macworld On Tour\'

IDG World Expo today introduced , a conference-driven version of the company's Macworld Expo. The two-day event will be held March 9-10, 2005 at the Radisson WorldGate Resort in Kissimmee, Florida and includes a highly-focused conference program along with a showcase component featuring an exclusive selection of the preeminent vendors in the Mac industry. Macworld On Tour will offer an educational program designed to meet the needs of both home and professional Mac users with both advanced and basic training on topics such as digital photography, AppleScript, Mac OS X, digital video, iPod, GarageBand, iLife, Microsoft Office, and more.




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  1. porieux

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  1. Arclite

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    On Tour?

    Does this mean it will hit other large cities? I couldn't me more thrilled to hear this. I live near St. Louis, MO, and going to either of the MacWorld Expos means a lot of money and time lost. If a "MacWorld On Tour" would hit St. Louis, I'd finally be able to go. Sure, it wouldn't be the true thing, but anything would be nice. We have precious little Mac get-togethers here (mainly large parties like the Panther night at the local Apple Store), please give us a MacWorld!

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