Macworld 2010 is a reinvention, both for the Mac -- and iPhone/iPod community -- and the event itself. With Apple no longer attending any trade shows, the folks at Macworld are forced, and blessed to have to draw back on what made them so special to begin with -- that aforementioned community.
Feature presenters include David Pogue of the New York Times and Leo Laporte of TWiT.tv, John Gruber of Daring Fireball, actor/director Kevin Smith, former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki, graphic designer David Biedny, the internationally acclaimed BT, and many, many more.
If you're an iPhone and iPod touch app developer, Macworld 2010 has a special Mobile Application Showcase package for you to show off your wares.
If you're a user, Chris Breen will be hosting the iPhone Super Session, covering a vast array of media, productivity, and personal information management related tasks.