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Apple conferences big and small

Though Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference may be the big fish of Apple-related gatherings, a number of smaller conferences have sprung up over the past several years. I sit down with senior writer Lex Friedman, just back from the Úll conference in Dublin, Ireland to discuss these events and what they offer that Apple can't match.

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Show Notes

In addition to the Úll conference, other events we mention include the Çingleton symposium in Montreal, Chicago's SecondConf, the UK-based NSConference, and the One More Thing Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Arguably the grandaddy of these smaller conferences was the late C4, which we covered in 2007, 2008, and 2009; it ceased operation in 2010. And then, of course, there's the long running Macworld/iWorld conference. (That's put on by IDG World Expo which, like Macworld, is owned by IDG.)

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