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The Steve-Less Keynote


At this year's MacWorld conference--which Apple has announced will be the last one the company participates in--a familiar keynote address was delivered by an unfamiliar face: Senior Vice-President Phil Schiller subbed for CEO Steve Jobs, and while a lot of the presentation contained the usual "oh wow" moments, as a whole it clearly didn't have the same spark that Steve brings to the occasion. I watched most of the streaming video of the keynote this morning and while it's good to see Apple keeps improving its products, there were no huge surprises nor major product unveilings. No folks in Cupertino are hard at work on the next "big thing" though!


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