Macworld 2010 Call for Papers Now Open

IDG World Expo:

WHAT: Macworld 2010, the premier event for the Apple products community,

today issued a call for papers. Macworld is produced by IDG World

Expo and is scheduled to take place February 9-13, 2010, at the

Moscone Center in San Francisco.

This year’s conference program is designed around the following key

topics for which relevant proposals are sought:

— Deployment

— Digital Photography

— Digital Video (including broadcast & motion graphics)

— Enterprise Computing

— Gaming

— Graphic Design

— Higher Education

— K-12 Education

— Mac OS Skills Enhancement

— Mac OS X Administration

— Mac OS X Server Usage

— Music and Audio Production

— Networking

— New Media Tool Deployment

— Publishing Workflow

— Scientific & High Performance Computing

— Security

— Small Business

— Software Application Training

— System Troubleshooting

— Web Design

Submissions will be evaluated based on originality, timeliness,

audience interest, and educational value.

WHO: All members of the Apple products community, including designers,

musicians, enthusiasts, educators, developers and others are invited

to submit a speaking proposal.

WHEN: The Macworld 2010 Call for Papers is open from now until July 20,

2009 at 5:00 pm PT.

WHERE: Submission information is available at: www.macworldexpo.comcallforpapers[http://www.macworldexpo.comcallforpapers].

About Macworld

Macworld 2010 ([]) is a five day event that educates, entertains and immerses attendees in the Apple products community. A comprehensive expo hall offers access to hundreds of Mac products and services, paired with expert advice, demonstrations and instruction. Macworld conference programs feature industry-leading minds presenting cutting-edge product training on the topics attendees most want to see. From Mac Power Users and creative professionals to first-timers and Enterprise computing professionals, Macworld has the conference content, special presentations and exhibit hall attractions that create what has been called the “Mecca for Mac Users”.