Be here Tuesday for live Macworld coverage

Steve Jobs will deliver his annual State of the Mac address at San Francisco's Moscone Center at 9 a.m.--and we'll be there to bring you the news.

LIVE NOW: coverage of Steve Jobs Macworld Keynote

I've already started doing the dexterity exercises, with less than 24 hours to go before Macworld.

Once again , I'll be providing live blow-by-blow coverage of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote at Macworld on Tuesday, starting at 9 a.m. PST. We expect to see some combination of new laptops, an iTunes movie rental service, iPhone details, and whatever else is trickling out of Cupertino this week.

Live blogs are fun, if a bit demanding on the old fingers. It's always interesting to bring news to people as it happens, I sort of think of it as trying to provide both the play-by-play and the color roles on a football game. I swear I won't morph into Dan Dierdorf ("That was a great Macworld keynote there, Steve is really a great Macworld player, Macworld players know how to make great Macworld plays, and that was a great Macworld play right there).

Apple and IDG World Expo have scheduled the keynote speech for 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., but I'd expect it to run a little longer. Set your browsers here for the news as it happens, and check back with us all day Tuesday as we cover everything there is to cover from San Francisco's Moscone Center.

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    Tom Krazit writes about the ever-expanding world of Google, as the most prominent company on the Internet defends its search juggernaut while expanding into nearly anything it thinks possible. He has previously written about Apple, the traditional PC industry, and chip companies. E-mail Tom.



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