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Macworld 2009 registrations open, new social network

updated 08:00 pm EDT, Thu September 11, 2008

Macworld registration open

Registrations for the Macworld Conference & Expo 2009 are now open, with show organizer IDG creating a brand new web site that offers enhanced Web 2.0 compatibility. The new website allows users to interact with Macworld attendees and other Mac users through Facebook, MySpace, and the Expo's own proprietary social network. The 2009 Expo will run from January 5th to the 9th, and several different passes available for varying schedules and event privileges.

The Expo website gives users a glimpse into the event, held in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. Free training sessions for new users returns at the Macworld Learning Center, and the Digital Photography Experience takes users through various techniques and photographic tips. The Macworld Music Studio offers sessions on how to use the Mac for audio.

Macworld Conference & Expo historically offered dozens of other events and hundreds of exhibitors, and IDG is geared towards making the 2009 Expo as successful as last year's.




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  1. Hikerdave

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    No Keynote for most

    Can't see the real Keynote at MacWorld unless you buy the Platinum Pass. Everyone else has to see it in the overflow room on a video screen.

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