I went to visit MacWorld today. The new PowerBooks are very nice, the big one lighter and less extreme than it looks in the pictures. The show seemed very lively to me, with as usual some interesting things around the periphery, away from the obvious companies.
I found the elusive Video iPod - a FireWire drive that will record DV straight from the camera, for later editing.
Doc pointed me to Starry Night, a great simulation of the Universe, now on OS X as well as 9 & Windows.
I also saw CustomFlix, which I describe as CafePress for video. You send them a DVD-R of your movie and $50, and they host the webpage advertising it, and fulfill orders for DVD and VHS copies of it, for $10 a go, with you setting the sales price and being sent the profits. They'd be a great candidate for adopting the mediAgora model.
I also had a long and interesting conversation with Doc, touching on Digital ID, Zeroconf, mediAgora, Zipf distributions, annotating video, video hyperlinks, the inverse correlation between polished presentation and content, Blogger & Safari and other things I may get around to mentioning later.