Jobs' MWSF keynote to be Webcast Apple CEO Steve Jobs' Macworld San Francisco keynote speech will be Webcast at 9:00 AM PST (5:00 PM GMT) January 7, 2002. Digit will also be reporting live as Apple reveals its new products. Jobs' keynote is drawing lots of attention, even for the master of expo addresses. The Apple Web site is counting down the days to the launch of MWSF and touting slogans such as "This is big. Even by our standards," "Count the days; count the minutes; count on being blow away," and "Beyond the rumor sites. Way beyond." Making it even more intriguing is that, for the first time in the history of Macworld expos, a keynote was rescheduled. Jobs' keynote was originally slated for Tuesday, when the exhibit hall opens. Then it was moved to Monday, and the 90-minute speech was expanded. Of course, Digit will be bringing you all of the news.