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Just to let everyone know, we will have live coverage of WWDC 2006. We’ll have a killer web chat area for everybody to hang out and talk about stuff as it’s released. Monday morning we’ll post a link to the chat area. So tune in to […]

Just to let everyone know, we will have live coverage of WWDC 2006. We’ll have a killer web chat area for everybody to hang out and talk about stuff as it’s released.

Monday morning we’ll post a link to the chat area.

So tune in to TAB on Monday morning and come hang out with everybody as we find out what new toys Apple has in store!

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  1. Great. Is there any website offering a live video stream or something along those lines?

  2. Josh Pigford Friday, August 4, 2006

    Not to my knowledge. The WWDC keynote (and any Apple keynote, for that matter) is notoriously hard to get any sort of internet access and certainly no live video.

  3. Jason Terhorst Friday, August 4, 2006

    They used to provide live video on Apple’s site. What happened?!

  4. Jared Christensen Friday, August 4, 2006

    I don’t remember it ever being live on apple.com, but they do post the key note shortly after its over.

  5. Josh Pigford Friday, August 4, 2006

    What Jared said. It’s never been live but they usually have a video of it up by the end of the day.

  6. From what I can recall, it did use to be broadcasted online, live, that is. At least, that’s what I remember from back in the days :)
    That’s changed during the last years, by putting the keynote online later on.. If i’m not mistaken though.

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  8. Will this chat area be accessible via web browser, or will it require additional software?

  9. Josh Pigford Friday, August 4, 2006

    Sean, the web chat will use a web browser. Not software require except for a browser.

  10. Help me Test Audio Chat for WWDC 2006 – The Apple Blog Saturday, August 5, 2006

    [...] Josh just told us about the nifty chat area he’ll have running during WWDC. [...]

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