I just watched the video stream of Phil Schiller giving the Macworld keynote presentation. I am as usual hugely impressed with the software Apple churns out, this time the addition of face detection and recognition to iPhoto was my personal favorite new feature. Look out Phil, $79 is coming your way.
The one thing, though, that stuck in my mind more than anything about the presentation was the mysteriously missing Mac menu bar in the demo of the new iWork.com service.
First Phil prepared a document for sharing using Pages on his computer.
He then switched to the fictional user Tia's computer to show us what she would experience on the receiving end. Tia's computer however didn't have the Mac menu bar at the top of the screen.
I have had a slight look around to figure out how to hide the menu bar in Leopard, but to no avail. This begs the question, can it be done or was Phil not using Leopard in the demo?
By the way, good news about all iTunes songs being DRM free! Finally I can commence my long planned iTunes shopping spree.
UPDATE: The iWork.com demo starts at 1.01.20 into the video stream.