That’s right, it’s time for Macworld/iWorld!
The show runs January 31st through February 2nd, 2013 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. I’ll be there all three days. Look me up.
There are two parts to the show: the Expo, which is a giant space filled with software programmers and hardware vendors and book publishers and iPhone case manufacturers and speaker designers (you get the idea– if it has, or could have, anything to do with Macs or iPhones or iPads, it’s in the Expo), and the Tech Talks, which are classes where you can go and learn stuff. (Of course, you can learn stuff in the Expo too– walk right up to the exhibitors and start asking questions.) Admission to the Expo floor is $25 (good for all three days). The “iFan Pass” costs $100, gaining you entrance to over 60 Tech Talks in addition to getting you into the Expo. Prices are higher at the door so you should definitely register in advance.
Even better, use this link provided by our friends Other World Computing and get FREE admission to the Expo. Can’t beat that. Check out their Macworld/iWorld web page, and see them on the show floor in booth 401. They only have so many of these passes so you should click that link right now. If you strike out, try searching www.retailmenot.com for a discount code.
UPDATE: David Sparks’ MacSparky blog has an even better link because it not only offers free admission to the Expo but half off for the iFan Pass.
I will be speaking at the very exciting and informative “RapidFire” session on Thursday night. This session, scheduled for 6 PM on the Macworld/iWorld Main Stage, features several Mac and iPhone/iPad experts, each offering five-minute lessons on a variety of Mac and iPhone/iPad subjects. My lesson is called “More, Better, Faster, Funner” and it’s 27 years of Mac tips presented in 300 seconds. I think you’ll like it.