MacNotables #739: WWDC Announcements From The Safari Perspective with Ted Landau

Ted Landau
Mac expert Ted Landau delivers a report on the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote announcements by Steve Jobs, keeping Safari at the center of the discusion. Ted comments on how important Apple’s web browser has suddenly become, especially as a key player in the iPhone saga and as a potential second halo-effect generator for the Mac with Windows users. Ted also talks ZFS and 64-bits and whether either matter to most users, revels which of Leopard’s newly announced features turned his head, and tries to justify buying an iPhone when it is released.


Ted Landau’s User Friendly View – WWDC Keynote: Come on and Safari with Me… by Ted Landau on The Mac Observer

Steve Jobs Keynote from the Worldwide Developers Conference 2007

Safari 3

Mac OS X Leopard