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Macworld Expo details 2009 seminar plans

updated 03:55 pm EST, Mon November 24, 2008

Macworld 2009 seminars

The organizers of the 2009 Macworld Cconference and Expo have announced details on some of the educational seminars scheduled for the event, which will run from January 5th to the 9th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. A number of influential presenters are expected to speak, including David Pogue, Chris Breen, Andy Ihnatko and others. Seminars should also be divided into six main programs: the Users Conference, MacIT Conferences, Power Tools, Hands-On MacLabs, Market Symposiums and the Creative Safari.

Under the Power Tools category, for example, Bill Wiecking will be presenting "Teleworking 2009," a session on the management of traveling or telecommuting workers, specifically with regards to factors like the iPhone and wide-area networking. Nathan Shedroff will run a Users Conference presentation on design and social, financial and environmental sustainability; Richard Harrington is set to present a two-hour MacLab on iWork, with the aim of improving users' skills with the suite. Registration for Macworld is still ongoing, and a full list of seminars can be found at the expo website.




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