Mark your calendar: Live blog - Microsoft MIX 2010 keynotes

It's that time again, next week we'll be group live blogging with the talented and good looking group to bring you the latest from Microsoft's annual MIX 2010 conference.

The list contains the very creme de la creme of Microsoft bloggers including:

  • Ed Bott - He's installed and used every version of Windows ever known to man
  • Mary Jo Foley - She's followed Microsoft for years and when we say followed we mean stalked
  • Kip Kniskern - Owner of LiveSide, Kip specialises in all things Windows Live
  • Paul Thurrott - He runs the Supersite for Windows and knows Microsoft back to front
  • Long Zheng - Our resident snappy photographer and general dogs body and of course blogger extraordinaire.

Neowin will be participating in two live blog sessions, our very own Benjamin Rubenstein is heading to Vegas and will bring you the latest on Windows Phone 7 and Internet Explorer 9.

The first live blog will commence at 9AM PST on Monday March 15 (see other time zones). Expect a link to the live video stream and our live blog nearer the time. The first keynote will focus on Windows Phone 7.

The second live blog will commence at 9AM PST on Tuesday March 16 (see other time zones). We expect Microsoft to announce more features of Internet Explorer 9 in this keynote and possibly and early CTP build.

We hope to hear from you all during the live blog, comments will be automatically posted so even if you're watching the live video stream it's worth popping along for some like minded commentary on the announcements. See you on Monday.

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Ever since they announced the WPS 7, and said they are going to detail the dev aspects in MIX, I've been eagerly waiting for it. Can't wait.

Although, note to Neowin - I hope unlike MWC WPS 7 live blog, this would be more of a blog than just a comment / chat forum. Just a thought.

hmm, i have doubts about the "good looking" part, ive met a fair bit of the bloggers and well, Paul never struck me as handsom :p


i keed i keed


cant wait!

i hopefully they get ie9 right!

it would be rather nice if they decrease the vertical space taken by tab bar

Ci7 said,
i hopefully they get ie9 right!

it would be rather nice if they decrease the vertical space taken by tab bar

i hopefully too! ;-)