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Macworld Expo Boston 2005 Events

by Adam C. Engst

Macworld Expo in Boston happens this week from 12-Jul-05 through 14-Jul-05 in the Hynes Convention Center, marking the second East Coast show that will not include Apple Computer as an exhibitor. The exhibitor list is once again a bit sparse, with about 50 to 60 vendors currently listed, so it shouldn't be a problem to see the entire show floor fairly quickly. Interestingly, IDG World Expo has tweaked the show hours this year, so the doors open at 11 AM Tuesday and Wednesday and close at 7 PM; Thursday runs from 10 AM through 3 PM. Hopefully the later closing hour the first two days will make it easier for Boston residents to stop by after work.

<http://www.macworldexpo.com/live/20/events/ 20BOS05A/>

I'm not aware of any public after-hours events associated with the show, but Tonya and I will be attending and would love to say hello to any TidBITS readers who make it to the show. Here's a cheat sheet to where you can find us:

<http://www.macworldexpo.com/dev/20/events/ 20BOS05A/keynotes>

<http://www.macworldexpo.com/dev/20/events/ 20BOS05A/conference/tracksessions/ Digital+Photography/QMONYA04NPXX>
<http://www.macworldexpo.com/live/20/events/ 20BOS05A/SN287250/CC999970>
<http://www.bmac.org/>

If you're sensing a pattern of what I'm talking about, that's just what I have prepared, and I'm happy in the general sessions to veer off onto any topic you like, so please bring your questions and feedback about our work. See you next week, and for those not attending, note that my email responsiveness will be minimal the entire week.