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  • From: "Jerold Hargis" <sigrah@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: technocracy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 05:20:22 +0800

A number of the Mac News web sites were reporting this today. This is from

Macworld Expo is now the largest NYC technology event From a press release: 
&quot;IDG World Expo and Apple announced that more than 64,000 attendees packed 
the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City last week for the 
Macworld Conference & Expo. This year's record attendance is the highest ever 
for the New York event. The final attendance numbers contrast sharply with 
lowered attendance figures at other technology shows this year - most notably, 
PC Expo held at the same convention center just three weeks prior. Macworld has 
now surpassed both PC Expo and Internet World as the largest annual technology 
event in New York City.&quot; 
Margin Note: This certainly gives you something to think about. Namely, what 
are the implications of the fact that a computer show that caters to a platform 
that has only 5% of the market outperforms a similar show that caters to the 
other 95%?


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