In case you missed it, Apple has already put up a banner in the Moscone Center in San Francisco that says "2008: There is something in the air." Typically Apple puts up those signs in private, keeping large black cloths over the signs until Steve is done with his keynote speech.
Now for some reason we have these photos from Ars Technica a full 3 days before the event. Is this a rare mistake, or an intentional leak to drum up publicity - like I'm doing now - from the blogosphere? In any event, what do you think it means? Here is my suggestion to get the chat going:
Wireless monitors & computers: We're due for a refresh of the Cinema displays. Couple that with a computer device that has a small LCD panel when traveling but that can hook up with larger wireless Cinema displays (or any HDMI equipped TV) and you've got a revolution in the making. (Steve's note: I've long wondered why computer makers insist on cramming an entire computer, monitor and keyboard into a laptop...it's like cramming a hot water heater into every sink. All you need is a fast, multitasking computer at home and a bunch of wireless monitors/tablets to access it.)