Posted By Paul Kafasis on September 30th, 2005
Macworld Boston (Macworld <insert East Coast City>, really) is no more. If you attended either of the last two shows in Boston, or even the relatively bleak 2003 New York City show, this should come as no surprise. However, it is something that should be noted. I haven’t seen a whole lot of news surrounding this, so I thought I’d link to at least one article on it.
Sure, it’s sad. But now you can turn that frown upside down, with a visit from Rogue Amoeba. Don’t look now, but Rogue Amoeba may be coming to a town near you! Over the next few months, we’ve got several appearances planned, so I thought I’d provide a calendar. If you’re in the area of any of these, please drop by and say hello – we’d love to meet you. Bring a friend and they can learn about our products as well.
DrunkenBlog’s Evening at Adler
October 21st, 6:30 pm
Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum
I already mentioned this one in a previous post, and that post has the full details (or rather, a link to the full details). Basically, seven mac developers (including myself) and one well-lubricated host will be talking about all things Macintosh, and it should be a lot of fun. if you’re in the Chicago area, you should definitely RSVP at DrunkenBlog right away, as seats are filling up fast. If not, we hope to have downloadable content (transcripts, audio, video) from the show.
Podcast & Portable Media Expo
November 11-12th, 10 am – 5 pm each day
Ontario Convention Center
This is a new expo, focused largely on the ever-popular podcasting. Audio Hijack Pro is one of the premier tools for creating podcasts, and when we were invited to exhibit we found we couldn’t resist. We’re hoping the place won’t be overrun with PC users, so if you’re interested in podcasting (or any type of broadcasting, really), come join us.
Macworld San Francisco 2006
January 10-13th, varying Exhibit Hall hours
San Francisco, California
This is the big one. While the east coast Macworld has slowly lost attendees and now finally been laid to rest, San Francisco has stood strong as one of the few must-attend trade shows in the technology world in general. Apple is sure to unveil something new and shiny, and hundreds of exhibitors will be showing off their products. Come for the full conference and learn about dozens of different topics, or simply get a pass for the Exhibit Hall where we’ll be showing off our wares. As the event draws nearer, we should have free passes, but if you’re impatient, you can register online.
That’s our calendar for the coming months. We hope to meet up with our users at these events. Come say hello, give us a pat on the back, or slip us a crisp Benjamin Franklin to convince us to implemente that feature you’ve been dying for. See you soon!