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Last fall at Seybold San Francisco, Steve Jobs promised the audience that he would return in the spring to report on Apple's progress. He kept his word, although he didn't drop any bombshells on the New York crowd. Instead, Jobs played a role he knows and loves: part evangelist, part showman, and defender of the idea that Apple represents something more than just another computer company.
Jobs also squeezed several smaller announcements in between guests (such as John Warnock) and demos in which an Intel-based PC plays the sacrificial lamb to Apple's new G3 computers. Jobs's keynote was essentially a 60-minute commercial, however, and the fact that the Seybold audience loved every minute of it proves that Apple still holds a privileged position in the publishing industry.
ColorSync everywhere? During his keynote, Jobs announced the release of ColorSync 2.5, the latest version of …