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MacWorld SF 06: What's not to miss?

Macworld - San Francisco 2006

O, MacLazyWeb, I invoke thee.

MacWorld is on over at the Moscone. I have my annual cheapskate "exhibits only" pass, and I'm prepared to blow a couple hours wandering around the floor some time this week. Ah, the sublime bazaar of chanting booth bunnies and free totebag offers. Good times!

My question to you: what's exciting on the show floor this year? Anything I shouldn't miss? Any exhibitors want to make a case to the Bay Area (and out-of-town) geeks reading this? Beckon us unto your booth (and do feel free to offer free schwag and discounts to 43F Geeks in the bargain :)). NB: the usual admonitions on self-linking are lifted for this one -- provided they're tasteful and do indeed point to info on your exhibiting company (yes, I'll check).

So, what's the happs, people?

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Realmac Software, makers of the...

Realmac Software, makers of the great website building app RapidWeaver, will be showing off the new version of their software. They won't tell us mere mortals (without the ability to visit them on the show floor) what all the new features are. Maybe you can get the dirt?

Anyway they'll be in booth #113. Tell em "Jake says hi!" =]

More info: http://realmacsoftware.com/blog/index.php




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