Like every good follower I shall be glued to my big iMac to listen read the latest news from Steve Jobs when he takes the stage at the WWDC 2010 keynote. Somebody called my a “FanBoi”. But I’d rather be a FanBoy than a Fan of a Boygroup.
Apple is always extremely protective of their resources. So they just won’t exert any efforts in streaming the event but rather post a stream a couple of hours later on apple.com and add it to the Apple Keynotes Podcast even a few hours after that. But that does not mean that you have to wait for the info. The web is your friend.
UPDATE: Send me your Skype name. We’ve established a skype chat channel and there’s already a lively conversation in progress.
Here are some sites that have a proven track record (for me) of relaying what’s going on. I will plaster my 27″ iMac and my 15″ MacBook Pro with these.
- Engadget live – Great Live Blog with Photos
- Gizmodo Live – Usually head to head with Engadget on the frequency of updates and photos
- TWIT Live – Leo Laporte is broadcasting live and if there’s any live video or audio then he’ll get it
- MacRumors.com Live – they formatted their live bloggingsite ideally for iPhone/iPad
I won’t be making an effort to relay the info, because so many other people are doing that. But I’ll be making notes as to which things are of especial interest and importance to us iPhone developers.