I'm pleased to announce that I will be speaking at Macworld/|iWorld this year. I have two presentations as part of the conference schedule. the first will be held on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. with my podcasting partner in crime, David Sparks and is appropriately named "Power Users Workflows." David and I will take the audience through some of our favorite workflows from our personal experiences as well as 5+ years of Mac Power Users. This will be a 45-minute session jam-packed with explanations and demonstrations of our favorite workflows to save time and enhance productivity on the Mac and iOS.
My second session will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. and is called "The Apple Media Center". The title is a misnomer because what the session is really about is piecing together a user-friendly entertainment that incorporates all the current technology and entertainment service offerings including subscription to a traditional cable service, OTA, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc. We'll also look at hardware products including the Apple TV, Roku, TiVo and the "create your own media center" approach using a Mac mini and how to make all these services interconnect for an Apple-centric audience.
To attend the sessions you must have a conference pass (not just Expo an expo pass) which is currently on sale for $249 through February 28th. The conference pass includes access to over 60 hours of training, entertainment, and product discovery with full access to all Tech Talks, Main Stage activities and the Macworld/iWorld Expo Hall.
I'll be making more appearances at Macworld/iWorld and will be posting about them later. I hope to see some of you in San Francisco in March!