What would an Apple Keynote at Macworld Expo be without a liveblog from our very own Jason Snell and Dan Moren? Both of them will be typing furiously to cover every single last thing that Phil Schiller has to say. But isn't liveblogging so last year? I have heard that the kids, they like the Twitter and I am nothing if not hip with the kids.
That's why this year I'll be manning the Macworld Twitter account (@macworld, please follow us!) during the Philnote. I'll be tweeting like a maniac, so be sure to let me know in the comments what kind of details you want to see (and feel free to reply to @macworld during the keynote and I'll try and answer your questions). The tweets should start rolling out around 7:30am when I start patiently waiting to be seated at the Keynote with a host of groggy Mac press and continue throughout the Keynote.
The livetweeting all depends on AT&T's network staying up, and strong during the keynote. Here's hoping that having that many iPhones in own place won't bring San Francisco's 3G network to its knees.
This story, "Livetweeting the Keynote" was originally published by Macworld.