Lots of folks have noted how the Steve Jobs keynote sucked all the oxygen out of CES in Las Vegas. Sylvia Paul reminds us that it also totally overshadowed Macworld.
Mickeleh's Take: If "no third-parties need apply" was the subtext of iPhone, it might also apply to the entire Macworld Expo. The big "boom" of the Keynote seemed to have made everyone deaf to any other messages. A lot of vendors put a big part of their marketing budgets into Macworld. This year, they may have been short-changed. If you know about anything interesting at Macworld 2007, please list it in the comments.
(Tags: Macworld, Keynote, Macworld Expo, iPhone, Marketing)