Macworld Expo BUZZ Blog

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MacWorldBUZZYou want to go, we know it. And of course you want to stay abreast of the most important happenings, changes and improvements at the Expo. And who better to keep you informed than the Paul Kent, the VP in charge of the event. So why don’cha check out his Macworld Conference & Expo BUZZ blog. It’s chock full of bloggity goodness and helpful info.

Oh, and don’t forget, if you want to get a free pass to the Exhibit Hall, be sure to leave a comment on the previous post. We hope to see you there!

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MacworldIt might seem a bit early to most of you out there, but we’re already thinking about an important annual Mac event. An event so huge that it’s often referred to as the Mecca for Mac-heads, yes, it’s Macworld Expo.

Since its inception, we’ve had a booth at the Expo to tout our wares to the legions of fellow Mac-o-philes, and this year is no exception. In addition to letting you know what fine, fabulous products we have, this year we’ll be hosting a number of panel discussions and informational presentations.

Our two panel discussions will be staffed with industry experts, and will feature lively discussions about fonts – how they are created, as well as utilized in applications.

The first panel is called Working with Type in Design Applications. This panel will consist of our very own Extensis VP, Martin Stein as well as other industry experts. The focus of this panel will be about how these critical design applications interact with fonts.

So, here’s where your input comes in. To help use make the content of the panel the most helpful for you, and to guide our planning, we’d like to know what you want to ask our panelists.

For example:

  • How does each respective design application choose and display font menu names?
  • Do you have an application specific engine for rendering or managing fonts?
  • Does your company have a philosophy for how to handle fonts in your applications?

We hope to generate a lively discussion, and your help is definitely appreciated.

And, to show you just how much we appreciate your help, we’re giving away free passes to the Macworld Expo Exhibit Hall to the first 50 people who post a relevant question in the comments of this post.

Be sure to enter your email address correctly, so that I can send you an email with instructions for redeeming your free pass.

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