The Expo 2000, this is the name, for those who have not already read it, of the fair organized by the MacUser magazine in Great Britain. The Anglo-Saxon people just didn't miss a Mac fair, so, armed with a lot of courage and, not least , large funds, have organized a show completely similar to a MacWorld, only without the presence of Apple in an official capacity. The elements of success are all there, just take a look at the exhibitors present, from Canon to Digicom, from Alladin to Farallon, and then HP, Iomega, IBM, Keyspan, Quark, MacAlly, Wacom, Symantec and just to mention the best known ; the real surprise for the presence of Microsoft which will present its Office 2001 and Macromedia which will demonstrate Flash 5.If ??the latter does not appear in the world premiere, for Office 2001 it is the first fair where it is officially presented. the event in the next few days, but the obligatory question: was Apple's cancellation of the official presence from overseas fairs a wise choice?