The first few weeks of every new year is like a continuation of Christmas for geeks and all technologist alike. First there's the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Vegas during week of Jan 7th 2008, then there's the Macworld in San Francisco the week after on Jan 14th.
You'll be reading TONs of news, RSS feeds, blogs, Twitters about these 2 events. The only thing I ask of you is....
Officially it's "Macworld Conference and Expo" I know that's long, but just don't type MacWorld.
Update on Jan 5: Just to be clear, I'm not asking you to type the whole phrase. I'm just pointing out the MacWorld (big "W"). Just "Macworld" (small w) would make me a happy boy.
When @clint told Twitterers about the new @arsMacWorld last night, I just couldn't stand to see even Ars spelling it incorrectly and so prominently. Ah... halp my eyes...
I had to contact @clint privately and he, as any nice Boilermaker would, kindly replied to me to let me know he'll do his best. Like I told him, I'm probably the only one who is anal enough to even care.
< / rant >
OK, now onto caring about more important things. Like Charlie (the dog), not getting blown away in this Bay Area storm!