According to a recently released Apple Press Release, Macworld Paris, although more correctly called Apple Expo Paris, has been cancelled at the 11th hour. We quote:
"We're canceling Apple Expo in the wake of last week's devastating and tragic events," said Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO. "We're sorry to disappoint our users and developers, but their safety is our primary concern."
The show was supposed to take place in Porte de Versailles, September 26-30, 2001
More information about Apple Expo 2001 can be found online at www.apple.com/hotnews.
In other news...
Did you know that the Mac EvangeList has been running again for over 18 months and is still the best resource for Mac users surviving in a PC oriented world. And now we are starting localised EvangeList Digests with our first being for the UK. If you're a MacOS X user, we also have the perfect forum for you too, the XList.
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For each and ever TShirt or iMac clock sold through our secure online store the Mac EvangeList and the firm we contract to sell our merchandise will be donating $2 to the National Disaster Relief Fund of the American Red Cross. That equals about 50% of our revenue, and nearly all our profit. We do hope this is not seen as just a marketing exercise, but a genuine attempt to really help out where we can.
We will also be backdating this program to the 11th of September 2001 until the 10th October 2001, so all sales made since the attack will include a donation also.
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