Macworld 2008 Keynote: Live

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Click to viewYou want it, we got it. Live coverage of Steve Job's Macworld 2008 Keynote starts Tuesday, January 15 at 9 AM PST (12PM EST), but we'll ramp up the liveblog a few hours before as we always do. Head to live.gizmodo.com first thing tomorrow morning. You don't want to miss it. Boom. Or Poof!

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@Dearhaw:

Just to make what I meant clear, it means that anybody could have registered macbookair.com, turned on Whois Block, and set it to redirect to

[www.apple.com]

and it would take you to the Apple Home page regardless of what comes after the ?.

E.g.

[www.apple.com]

So, it's really not the smoking gun Gizmodo originally thought it was. Of course it can still have been Apple's doing, but personally, I think that this actually pretty much says that whatever Apple announces tomorrow, it won't be named MacBook air. Why?

1. If that's actually the name of the product, Apple would've registered [MacBookAir.com] way before anybody else.

2. Apple (or anybody for that matter) doesn't need to have that URL redirect anybody anywhere till the product is actually announced (i.e., tomorrow).

3. If in fact it is Apple's intention to purposefully provide a "leak" sneak peek, then they could've chosen a better redirecting URL than the above, which, again, can be spoofed by anyone.

My .02USD