Check out some of the LIVE iPhone services, i have declined to do it at this point as everyone and their mother is already doing this event However, we will be doing live streaming with humankind for other events to come.
What a launch.
iPhone Launch TV powered by Mogulus
This Friday, Mogulus will bring you 24/7 live stream coverage of the launch of one of the most anticipated product in history, Apple’s iPhone.
Broadcasting Live from New York, witness the excitement of
fans as they camp outside and stand in line at the two Apple stores
in Manhattan, just to get their hands on the revolutionary device.
Apple expects to sell over 15 million iPhones by the end of 2008.
Coverage started today at http://iphone.mogulus.com and will feature
multiple cameras and interviews starting tomorow at noon EST.
We hope you will enjoy.
This is a service i signed up for earlier in the week and at that time i hadn’t heard of this streaming event as it was not scheduled on any of their website. Last night, i got an email, and the message above is what it said.
Neither their blog, homepage, or Google calandar held any clues to this event, so this leads me to believe it was a last second decision that perhaps they got from us! Yet, i am glad that i did, as now Apple & Thunk Different fans can watch this show instead of the one i was going to do. They will have more coverage and it will be neat to see what one can do with the mogulus service as opposed to the single camera production of ustream.tv.
iHope you will enjoy.
Steve J come & rock the sure shot… with a lotta PR and a little iPhone.
Here is a short video excerpt with me speaking to, Greg Packer, the first guy in line for the iPhone. And about about the 2nd guy in line for the phone. Follow for pictures, audio, and possibly a live stream tomorrow.
Update! #2 – see what has replaced iPhone.mf show
2.0 whom it may concern:
As I was trying to get to sleep last night, I happened across one of my parents magazine, called, TIME. “Printed Pages!” I exclaimed, and read with glee. As I became more and more groggy the article on Poetry presented itself to me and sparked a few ideas:
Perhaps the answer is Poetry 2.0
Update: i sent messages through jaiku for about 25-30 mins and tried out a few services. Historically it looks as if engadget had the best coverage, but the streaming was key, macrumors live was the place to be, in fact as it is still only 38 min into Steve’s keynote, it is still the best place to go, great photos tho, and sitening did a decent job (no photos) see jaikus for web20!
ok, off the downtown Chicago! | Original below…
This is a post that will bring more attention to the jaiku service i reviewed yesterday. Now, considering the subject of my jaikus is going to be covered extensively by video media, and other veteran services i will not cover the whole thing.
i will cover the first 10 – 15 minutes, and then you can explore the wwdc on your own.
Here are all the LIVE coverage links for WWDC 2007 in SF, CA.
MacDailyNews will feature live coverage of Apple’s WWDC Keynote presentation by Steve Jobs. Live updates will be available via a special text-only “lite” page here:
Shortly before the presentation, the MacDailyNews home page will redirect to the WWDC coverage page in order to help minimize server load. Shortly after the presentation, MacDailyNews will return as normal.
We will, of course, be updating as usual before and after Jobs’ keynote.
As with Macworld Expo and WWDC keynotes in the recent past, Apple will not be providing a real-time webcast or satellite broadcast. It is expected that Apple will post a of Jobs’ keynote on their web site later today.
See you today at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT / 5pm GMT!
Other live text coverage options:
http://www.iphonealley.com/news/wwdc-2007-keynote-live-audio-stream (service overloading so far)
Thanks to macdailynews for posting this information, if you come across another site e-mail us or them and we will have the links updated. Thanks!
Thanks for keeping up to date with Apple, Inc. & Things i Think. This is the 100th post for Thunk Different since we began posting on April 20th, 2007. We also reached over 15,000 views yesterday, added Digg, del.icio,us, FARK, newsvine, and other RSS readers to the base of every posting starting yesterday. If you go back and check you will see a few more than that b/c i added them on popular posts.
What has ThunkDifferent done thus far?
Gotten the word out. The amount of news that Apple & readers like you come up with is astounding. It is so much fun to write about and thanks for the questions, i always love to get fan mail. i’m sure i will be better to keep better track of all of the other Apple RSS feeds now as i recent downloaded a news reader myself, turning 2.0 is a journey, not a destination. (or at least one i fully understand at this time anyway.)
What can we expect in the near future?
The Thunk Different podcast. Fo’ Sure. i started podcasting in January of last year if you would like to check out some of my old shows, just google “expatpodcast” or go to expatpodcast.blogspot.com. i have moved over to wordpress since then and am glad to say i am quite happy with them.
What is 20weblogs?
20 weblogs is a new 2.0 web community of independent bloggers networking media channel throughout the web. Unlike most other blogging outfits, 20weblogs is not a profit driven collective. If you would like to find out more about them, go to 20weblogs.com and request an invitation.
WWDC, Whatcha think?!
Oh hell, i don’t know. i think that leopard will (hope) surprise. i have been reading about its architecture on some of the developer blogs and they have some interesting things to say. i personally think that in the next year we will see smaller more energy efficient chips from intel and AMD, touch screen imacs, and a big update to .mac service with iphone integration into the laptops, Apple TV, and more Google apps.
Tell us about the iPhone.
Oh, just read my posts and the links about from two days ago, not hot off the presses, but as current & steamy as anyone else has.
Tell us more!!!
i will, just keep reading and asking questions and i will get back to you personally, i just added jaiku today too, so keep posted by reading one of the hardest things i am working on right now. The Thunk Different. Blog.
For questions 0r contact information please go to the guestbook or email me on facebook, jaiku, gmail, or the RSS reader of your choice below.
Ok, 2.0 is a wonderfully vague concept that most of us into tech understand, if not, see the video, HERE.
With that out of the way, let me proceed back to the pitch of this post, the rehabbing of ask.com. What is ask.com? C’mon!, it’s that sexy search engine that has all those… wait sexy? Yeah, i guess i am getting ahead of myself, Search engines can’t really be Sexy, and that is the problem.
Ask is trying to hard. And yeah, it’s S-L–O—-W——–Too. But wait, find out why it is good too…