It’s been really interesting this year seeing how various sites handle liveblogging (or tweeting) Steve Jobs’ Macworld keynote. Twitter, naturally, handled it by going down for a while. What has surprised me so far is how badly Engadget’s liveblogging page has performed. Not only did Ars Technica’s equivalent consistently load faster, it had better updates, faster. C’mon, Engadget! But then, both of them were stomped flat by the excellent, auto-updating goodness of Mac Rumors Live (tip to @brainopera, to which I have switched and closed the other two tabs by halfway through.
It ain’t over yet; so far everything’s been pretty good, and I think the new Apple TV 2 is going to be big. I know the chances of us buying a big ol’ flat-screen HD box just went up a good bit. But we’re all waiting for the “one more thing”.