I attended MacWorld in San Francisco yesterday. During Jobs' keynote I was in the Apple Store on Stockton. I had been hoping that they would be showing the keynote at the store, and apparently so were a lot of other people. But they weren't showing it, so like everyone else I kept tabs on on macrumors over the store's wifi to see what was being announced. The new MacBook laptop (I still use the word "laptop", not "notebook") is very cool, although not in Apple's usual sexy design sort of way. It is cool in a geeky built for speed, dual cores in a laptop sort of way.
After the keynote I headed over to the expo (just like everyone else at the conference). It was absolutely packed. I got a closer look at the MacBook, and I love how they highlighted the new power cord that is magnetically attached so that it breaks away if someone trips on the cord. Things like that are so much more useful than a 200 MHz bump in processor speed.
I checked out a couple eBay-related products that were on display at the show. FilmLoop is a photo sharing/display app that shows photos in a rotating loop on your desktop. They offer a bunch of pre-defined loops, including ones for eBay Motors, which display photos from live auctions of various types of cars. Of course I like it because they get the pictures from eBay using eBay Web Services.
I also saw the new version of iSale, an eBay selling tool for the Mac. The interface for the new version looks really slick. I especially like the new feature that displays current auctions using a pinboard effect. I also liked their Dashboard widget, which allows sellers to keep track of their auctions at a glance.