We "watched" the Jobs keynote at MacWorld today, or rather, we sat looking at a text page that reloaded every 60 seconds, containing information being blogged from the MWSF floor as Jobs delivered his keynote.
The things I was looking for were there: blogging and podcasting.
There has not been good blogging support for .Mac accounts before now, and it sounds like Apple did it right, at least for the masses of people who don't want to tinker with XHTML and CSS (not me). Now people can add blogs to their .Mac web pages.
And iPod formatting from iMovie was a conspicuous hole in the iLife lineup that is now, thankfully, patched. I wonder if a similar update is coming for Final Cut Pro, which isn't as intuitive for delivering iPod podcasts as it could be.
I'm still a little skeptical of the Intel-based laptops, but I'm hoping that this ends up being a good thing. If it brings prices down, attracts developers, or makes it easier to port PC apps, then I think it will be a good thing, as long as it doesn't incur other problems along the way. I guess time will tell on that front.