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rye9
Aug 7, 2006, 09:40 AM
I'm new to Apple and everything nd I dont know how this works.. I understand it is a 5 day event.. yet the keynote is today.. so for us people not at the event.. is today the only day worth paying attention to?

treblah
Aug 7, 2006, 09:42 AM
is today the only day worth paying attention to?

Pretty much. And I think all of the other sessions are under NDA anyway.

Chundles
Aug 7, 2006, 09:44 AM
I'm new to Apple and everything nd I dont know how this works.. I understand it is a 5 day event.. yet the keynote is today.. so for us people not at the event.. is today the only day worth paying attention to?

For regular folks, yeah, today is basically the day. Most of the other folks there will use Apple's coat-tails and announce their stuff today as well. the rest of the event is made up of conferences, lectures, seminars all sorts of presentations to introduce developers to new technologies and methods and to build their abilities in current applications.

The Keynote will start around 10am USPST (3am my time) and once it's over all the information will go up on Apple's website. A stream of the keynote will be made available a few hours after it has finished on Apple's Quicktime page.