Steve Jobs sends email inviting developers to WWDC: ‘It will be worth it’

Apple Developer Connection Members received an email invitation from Apple CEO Steve Jobs today sent via an Apple .Mac iCard from the usual Apple Developer Connection email address. The message artwork featured a tiger skin background shrouded in deep shadows with an Apple logo and the text “Worldwide Developers Conference 2004.” The body of the message read:

Please join us at WWDC in San Francisco on June 28 for a preview of Tiger, the next major release of Mac OS X. It will be worth it.

See you there,



Steve Jobs will kick off Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference with a keynote on Monday, June 28, 2004, beginning at 10:00 a.m. at San Francisco


  1. Survivor: Eye of the Tiger
    I wonder if they play that particular song in the WWDC ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />
    I am there and I want to here it ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

    I did not get that card. Damn it! Next time I don�t register so early!

  2. Hear that hum? The RDF generators are being fired up and goddamit I’m gonna undress to feel all its glory on the 28. Umm ok, that’s TMI but what can you expect from someone who thoroughly enjoys Steve’s keynote and whose CC is dying to be used for a new G5 and display? :0

  3. An iCard is just a simple JPEG pic.

    1. I dragged it off of my email and directly into my iDisk (Time: 5 sec).
    2. I went to my ,Mac and edited my download webpage (Time: 2 min).

    Where else can you edit a webpage with downloadable files so fast?!
    Hell, where can you edit ANY webpage so fast?

  4. me2gae2-20gaeatsamesaunafun

    .Mac rules
    The only thing with .Mac is that there is so many pc wankers that whine about that it costs almost nothing per year. Like mear $99.
    $hit. .Mac has saved so many ours and so many headaches for me that it should cost twice.. well three times so much as it does now.
    .Mac is like Exchange server for the rest of us and Exchange server really costs. Plus Exchange server does not support my iLife ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />

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