How to watch this while in class?

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    Eric Lewis

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    I have lunch from 11am-12:15pm

    then english from 12:15-1:30

    then computers from 1:30-2:45?

    is there a way to watch it again at 1:30...cause time we get to class it will be over?

    so unless apple posts it the next day? what should i do?
     
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    swiftaw

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    as far as i know, it isn't broadcast live. Apple usually posts a webcast of it later that day.
     
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    One word:

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    is it really THAT important?:rolleyes:
     
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    arn

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    We'll have SMS updates and an iPhone-optimized version to watch.

    arn
     
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    how many times do you think you'll post this between now and Monday... I've already counted two today.
     
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    You can always just check back here to see what happened. I always try to wait until the keynote stream is posted, but I end up peeking every time.
     
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    For most of the last few years, MacWorld keynotes (and WWDC for that matter) are not available to watch until about 2 hours after they end. If this plays true this year, that will be around 4 PM eastern / 1 PM pacific.

    This is kind of a guess though.
     
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    Since not all of us go through every thread posted or commented on every day, I think he'll post it as long as there are people still uninformed. I'm glad he posted, I'll sign up for the updates. Thanks, arn!
     
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    don't worry about the keynote until you get home from school. you're in school to learn, not watch a keynote.
     
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    GimmeSlack12

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    You're no fun.

    OP just stayed tuned into MR live cast of the event. That's what I'll be doing at work.
     
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    I'll leave a browser window open on my second monitor, and look over periodically to see what's new.

    SMS updates? C'mon, I'm not THAT eager. I'm picturing some guy at work or in a lecture, his phone going off every two minutes, and when Apple releases that great new product, he accidentally lets loose a loud "WOOHOO!" in front of all his peers.
     
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    blasphemy!
     
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    GimmeSlack12

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    I would prefer to give phantom* High-Fives.

    *Phantom High-Five- verb - to give a high five to individuals that have no idea what the high-five is for.
     
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    yeah but if I get caught with my cell phone in class Ill get in trouble
     
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    Is that a problem?
     
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    That is an old UK police call box, but one which differs from all the others in that if you owned it (perhaps by, say, "borrowing" it), and you decided to actually live in it, you would discover to your pleasant surprise that it would take an awful lot of trips to IKEA to acquire the amount of furniture needed to fill it. The cool thing is that the store's closing time would be completely irrelevant to you... ;)

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    It just takes practice to be able to text during classes. I've gotten to be quite good and I text a lot during school.
     
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    and if you were to get caught watching the keynote instead of work....?
     
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    ever heard of ditching school? :)
     
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    they probably already hung out, the doctor knew what was at this keynote years ago :p
     
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    I will be tuned in while class. Its one day, i can take the hit on the classes :)
     
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    thats what i did last year.

    i was "sick"

    i was in awe when they launched the iPhone, and now that i have one i will be getting SMS updates at school ;)
     
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    For pete's sake, nobody answered this poor, uncultured lad?

    It's the TARDIS. The time machine used by The Doctor. The main character in the British TV show, Doctor Who.

    wikipedia the rest. :)
     

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