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    As to beret9987's post about Tiger, it's going to be shown at the "World Wide Developers Conference" or WWDC on June 28th 2004. Steve Jobs will doing the keynote in San Francisco, CA @ 10AM which is when and where they'll unveil the new operating system. Note: That's next month, not past tense. I'm not sure how so many of you got the idea that WWDC already happened...

    Anyway, my question is this: Does anybody have any information as to whether or not Apple is going to broadcast this event (mainly the keynote speech) live on a webcast, like last time? I'd love to watch it live as it unfolds.

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    JazzTrpt
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    They usually broadcast the two big ones per year live, then post it later on the website if you miss it.

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    And there won't be a BSOD while installing a printer

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    Quote Originally Posted by witeshark
    And there won't be a BSOD while installing a printer
    It was a scanner...but yes. I'd hate to see Steve's reaction if he WAS embarassed on stage. That man has a short fuse.

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    TylerMoney
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    which makes him awesome. no one else in the industry acts like him at all, and that could by why he's so good at what he does.

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    I really don't think so. His closed-minded attitude and unrelentless business practices nearly put Apple out of business, and resulted in Woz leaving the company. From what I've read he's toned down a bit now that he has a daugther ("It's not mine! Honest!") and is married.

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    Agreed with Sita. He's not a very good businessman. A good leader, hence a good head of the organisation (apple, pixar), but I really don't think he should take over from Micheal Eisner @ Disney.

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    TylerMoney
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    Well, Micheal Eisner is no better than a Steve Jobs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerMoney
    Well, Micheal Eisner is no better than a Steve Jobs....
    yes, neither of them are worthy. eisner's gonna get kicked out soon i believe. "the alamo" was bad for him too.

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