WWDC 2008 Keynote: Actually on iTunes this time!

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  1. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Source: iTunes
    • Length: 1:43:58
    • Size: 1.18 GB
    • Description: Apple CEO Steve Jobs kicks off WWDC08 in San Francisco with a keynote that announces the iPhone 3G and the new MobileMe Internet service.
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    awal Well-Known Member

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    I noticed and already downloaded it.

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    As did I.
    After i Failed before

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  4. The_Judas_Priest

    The_Judas_Priest New Member

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    Is it really worth clearing a gig of music (for two hours) to watch this bad boy in it's entirety?
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    Hiratai Banned

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  6. The_Judas_Priest

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    Yeah I only discovered that bad boy last night. Quicktime is quite nice for streaming stuff. So I watched the iPhone SDK release.
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    andybno1 Banned

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    if you have 2 hours free watch it on your mac or pc instead of loosing valuale music space
  8. The_Judas_Priest

    The_Judas_Priest New Member

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    Well I got through most of it. Just streamed it. Pretty groovy.

    But seeing the guy who developed Moo Cow Music and the way the crowd reacted made me chuckle a bit.

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