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Macworld Events

by Derrick Story
Mac Newsletter for 12/20/2002

Dear Mac Reader,

It's that time of year again: Christmas, New Years, Macworld. Boom, boom, boom!

If you're attending the annual Macintosh pilgrimage to San Francisco, please take a look at the "O'Reilly Events at Macworld SF 2003" page recently posted on the Mac DevCenter. You'll see that our in-booth featured speakers include the likes of Tim O'Reilly, David Pogue, James Duncan Davidson, and yours truly-- just to name a few.

We'll have tons of books for you to peruse, and at-the-show specials that will certainly put a smile on your face.

And don't hesitate to introduce yourself to me at the show. I'll be teaching an iPhoto session with Rick Smolan on Wednesday, January 8 at 1:15 p.m. (Room 304), then answering photo and Mac OS X questions in the User Group lounge later that day at 4 p.m. (Room 250/262 in the West Mezzanine). Plus, I'll be in the booth for at least an hour every day (times listed on our schedule).

To subscribe to the Mac newsletter (or any O'Reilly Network newsletters), visit http://www.oreillynet.com/cs/user/home and select the newsletters you wish to receive in your user profile (you'll need to log in with your existing O'Reilly Network account -- if you don't yet have an account, you'll need to create one).

I hope to see you there,
Derrick
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Derrick Story
O'Reilly Network Managing Editor
derrick@oreilly.com

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