Apple has posted the Macworld keynote online in (what else) QuickTime format.
You can find it here:
More stuff to watch! Want to see the address to the MM Developer community from Adobe? You can find it here:
New MacBook Pro – 4-5x faster, includes Intel dual processor.
All MacBook Pros have dual processor.
No more Powerbooks!
Include ISight, has a 15.4in LCD.
Works with Apple’s remote control.
Uses magnets to keep the power adapter in
DVI out for 30in monitors.
$1999 and $2499 – From news.com “The 1.67GHz model will sell for $1,999 and includes 512MB of memory an an 80GB hard drive as well as a drive that can burn both DVDs and CDs. The $2,499 model will include more memory and a faster processor. ”
Today: Taking orders.
Update: Site is up – check it:
ColdFusion Event Gateways Macrochat
Wednesday, March 16, 2005
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US/Eastern
Join Macromedia Senior Software Engineer Tom Jordahl who will lead this live technical discussion on ColdFusion Event Gateways. ColdFusion has long been the easiest way to create applications that respond to Web requests from web browsers. ColdFusion 7.0 opens up a whole new world of applications that can respond to events and messages from everything from Instant Messaging (such as XMPP/Jabber and Lotus Sametime) to mobile phone SMS text messages, to Internet socket requests, to system events, and much more.
What You Will Learn
- Writing your own event and messaging apps
- Understand the new ColdFusion Java Event Gateway API
Sign up for this free Macrochat :