We've all seen what a damper Steve Jobs absence from the Macworld Expo has put on everyone's plans for the event. The new product buzz has all but died. Press attendance looks to fall through the floor, and though Macworld organizers say that the crowds should be similar to last year (bolstered by registrations made well before the Apple pull-out,) this is no doubt going to be Macworld's farewell party in the eyes of a great many.
But not all is lost. Sure, Saint Steve may have foresaken the expo, but the other Steve, (the one most of us would rather hang out with anyways) sure hasn't.
That's right, Steve Wozniak will be at Macworld. The brain behind the Apple I and II will be making an appearance on Tuesday at the booth for Axiotron, a company that specializes in frankensteining Apple notebooks into touchscreen tablets known as "Modbooks."
Woz is scheduled to take the stage at the company's booth at noon, shortly after Phil Schiller finishes up Apple's last keynote ever.
So there you have it, turns out there will be a "Steve" speaking at Macworld after all.
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