Those who know me know that I'm a long-time Apple fan. I've been to eleven (11) Apple Worldwide Developer Conferences (WWDC) in a row and I've seen some wild stuff introduced during WWDC keynotes over the years. The '04 Steve Jobs keynote was the only time I've ever seen people waving cigarette lighters after a corporate presentation.
This is shaping up to be the most interesting WWDC in a long time. If Tim Cook & Friends introduce even half of the stuff that's being rumored right now — iWatches, home automation, new versions of iOS *and* MacOS X, Retina MacBook Airs, new iMacs, a new Healthbook app that could spawn a new ecosystem of iOS peripherals among others — it'll be a wild week. An on-stage appearance by Dr. Dre isn't out of the question.
So if you've got a Mac, an iPad, an iPhone — you have to be running the Safari browser — or an AppleTV, fire it up next Monday at 10:00 am PST and watch the keynote. It'll be the most fun you have all week.