Posted By Paul Kafasis on February 3rd, 2011
Since 2004, Rogue Amoeba has exhibited at Macworld San Francisco every second year (in 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010). While 2011 was an off year for us exhibiting, I attended the conference and expo myself. It was a great show, with even more exhibitors and attendees than last year. After two years without Apple, it seems clear that though it’s different, the show will go on.
While out there, I participated in a live edition of the Macworld Pundit Showdown, defending my crown from the 2010 show1. You can read more and watch the whole thing right over on Macworld’s page for it. If nothing else, you can witness the moment when an audience of around two hundred people crushed my answer to question 6 (it’s about 20 minutes in).
As I said, it was a great show, and it’s likely Rogue Amoeba will again be exhibiting at Macworld in 2012. Start making plans to be there – the show starts January 26th, 2012.
1. The recording of the 2010 show failed, which means all evidence of it has been wiped away. ↩