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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by tralfam, Jan 2, 2005.
Does anyone know what the sat cood. for the Keynote will be?
I don't think they're even doing a live broadcast this year... just a rebroadcast via quicktime later. could be wrong tho.
That would really suck. I have watched the last two from my workplace. I hope they release the cood. I guess I could always swim across the bay. Think it is too late to register?
What does Sat Cood mean/stand for?
SF has been live for the past few years, i have yet to se anything else that is. Its tradition almost. Heres the link if it will be live.
Its on next tuesday at 12 on the east coast, 9 on the west.
sat cood = satellite coordinates
Here's info on last year's coords. - http://www.macminute.com/2004/01/05/satellitekeynote
I'd expect them to release them sometime this week if they're going to do it.
The official MWSF sight shows the keynote to occur on Tues, 1/11/2005, 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific (12P-1:30P Eastern)
Sorry to be so nit-picky, here is the link to the official site's featured events page:
How do i set up my dish to receive the keynote?
Good call. I assumed it was the first day, but you're right. I could have sworn it was 1, but if its at nine it would have to be 12. Glad we got that ironed out.
You can't do it with a direcTV or dish network dish. You have to have a "tunable dish" that can point at different satelites and decode the signal...
I am pretty sure this will be on QT .. it is a consumer event and not a pro event like WWDC ..
Its called a C-band sat. It has a tranceiver that can cost upwards of $10,000. Its mainly used for network to affiliate communications, and intra-global telecommunication.
On another note the stream from the event should be posted here as well, http://stream.apple.akadns.net/
That's a static url of the latest apple event, so that will be the first to get the link.