Macworld iWorld is this week

The only true Apple compatible product consumer show opens this week, March 27 to March 29. It’s held at the Moscone Center North in San Francisco, CA.

The Robert Hess Memorial Macworld Events List is online with special events that happen each day. Check the list for non-show related events this week also. This list is now in its 18th year and not a week goes by in which I don’t miss Rob’s great humor and articles. He was a such a gem of a person.

I don’t mean to be a pest, but if you use The List, a small contribution would be very welcome. I did spend quite a bit of time digging up events and creating this unique and comprehensive list just for you! Contribute links are now all over the page – sorry if that offends you.

http://www.ilenesmachine.com/partylist.shtml

Unfortunately, I can’t make it this year and few of my user group friends are attending also. Seems a common decision for some companies and users is to go every other year and this is the skip year. I like the March dates and hope to see many people at the show next year!

My favorite photo from one of the past Macworld shows.

Homeless in SF

Homeless in SF

About ileneh

I am a Macintosh expert, writer and photographer. I have published many articles on Apple related products, but I cut my writer's teeth producing grants and market research reports when the Web was just something a spider made. I've also worked as a photographer, dancer and social worker. ilene's Machine was born in 2000 when I realized everything I did involved some kind of machine. First, my answering machine, next a Vic 20, then a Mac 128. Add a variety of Macintosh machines and iOS devices over the years and before you know it, you have reached ilene's Machine. Please leave a message!
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2 Responses to Macworld iWorld is this week

  1. macsilverfox says:

    Great photo… Never saw that one before. Thanks for posting. Also, thanks for all the great work you do. I just like keeping in touch with you.

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