by Lory Gil
January 19, 2012
Today’s big announcement from Apple was the addition of textbooks to the iBookstore, iBooks 2, the iTunes U app and iBooks Author. While many of us were scrambling to find out what Philip Schiller was saying, and what Apple has to do with education, others have been patiently waiting for the event to be posted so they could stream it at their leisure. Well, wait no longer. Hosted at New York's Guggenheim museum, Apple's education event came and went so fast that many of us missed it. Especially those of us on the West Coast where the time difference meant getting up before 7:00 a.m. Luckily, Apple has had a tradition of offering the ability to stream keynote addresses from the company's website for quite some time now. Apple has posted the entire hour long keynote address and it is available here. See what all the hubbub is about.