Well, in about one-half hour, Steve Jobs will be taking the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif., for his highly-anticipated Macworld 2008 keynote.

The Apple Web site was updated yesterday to include the phrase, “There’s something in the air.” What this means will undoubtedly be explained by Jobs during his presentation. Rumors of an ultra-thin, ultra-portable MacBook-like wireless Internet device called MacBook Air have been circulating around the ‘net in full force the past few days, and this slogan seems to lend credence to those reports.

But we shall soon find out what it all means…directly from Steve Jobs himself.

To follow the keynote, check out these and other sites that will be live-blogging the event:

Macworld | Expo Keynote – Live Update

Macworld.Ars | Macworld 2008 Keynote Live on Ars

CNET News.com | Live blog from Macworld 2008


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