In its return to Boston after a six-year absence, the East Coast version of the 2004 Macworld Conference & Expo largely resembled the U.S. economy in 2003: no Jobs, and a scaling back of corporate spending. But that didn't seem to dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands of people--many of them educators or students--who made the trek to the brand-new Boston Convention and Exhibition Center July 13-15 to view some of the latest in products and services for the Macintosh platform.


Noticeably absent from the show were Apple Computer and its chief executive, Steve Jobs, who traditionally...

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