Macworld 2013

We are just a few days shy of Macworld and I can hardly wait. This year I feel more than ever that I need to get away and be among my MacSparky friends for a few days. I am really looking forward to this trip. I’m also going to be pretty busy. Here’s my schedule:

Thursday
12am – Mac Workflows with Macworld Magazine

This is at the Macworld Magazine booth on the second floor with Katie Floyd, Brett Terpstra, and Jeff Taekman. This will be a dense session with lots of great information.

2pm – The OmniFocus Setup

I’ll be over at the Cartoon Art Museum talking with a bunch of other smart people about OmniFocus

7pm – The OmniFocus 2 Debut

Join me, Merlin Mann, Ken Case, and some of the people from Omni as we look at the OmniFocus 2.

Friday

1pm – Mac Power Users Live Show

Katie and I will be on the main show floor doing a live Mac Power Users show. We’ll be doing lots of audience interaction and it will be fun.

5pm – iBooks Author Survival Guide Session

I’m going to give a presentation on how I use iBooks Author and my experience with the iBookstore.

Saturday

10am – Transporter Booth

I’m going to be at the Transporter booth talking about their great new product.

2pm – Self-Publishing Talk with Macworld Magazine

This is at the Macworld Magazine booth on the second floor with Adam Engst, Serenity Caldwell, and Marco Arment.

3pm – Meet the Podcasters with Smile

Katie and I will be at the Smile booth talking about how we use Smile apps and otherwise just having fun. This will be just a few hours before the show floor closes and I can think of no better place to close the show out.

To learn about the activities of some of my favorite writers and podcasters listen to this week’s Mac Roundtable.


If you’re at Macworld, please stop by and say hello. I love meeting readers and listeners. That is my primary reason for going to Macworld.

Also, if you’re an introvert (I certainly fit in that category), I’m telling you right now that MacWorld is the place for you to burst out of that shell. Make yourself uncomfortable and introduce yourself to people and make some new friends. You’re among family at Macworld and you won’t regret it. I’ll see you in San Francisco.

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