Coveritlive is coveritdead, according to Zoli.
Engadget is up, but slow.
Qik’s Macworld channel (I’ll be on there later today)? Has been up and down for the past 45 minutes and I haven’t even seen any live video.
Mogulus? Slow, if you can get to it. And they don’t have any live video that I can see yet either.
Other sites? Some up, some down.
Twitter? Can’t get to it.
TechCrunch is up.
TUAW is fairly unreachable.
MacRumorsLive is up and has a really cool updating feature.
Ars Technica is up and looks good.
Ahh, it must be keynote time!
My son is watching about 10 sites, though, and telling me what’s being announced.
So far iTunes just put a bullet in Blu-Ray’s CES win. Why would I buy a Blu-Ray player when I can rent everything on iTunes? (THey just announced HD content too). Hmmm?
Blu-Ray and HD-DVD are dead. Thank you Steve Jobs!
UPDATE: Dave Winer says there’s a lot of questions about the iTunes video store.
I’ll put the best (including a superb post on Kenya that Guy Kawasaki just put up) on my link blog and says that Netflix is ahead.
UPDATE: Apple’s own store is down, probably being upgraded with info about “Air,” new “thinnest on market” laptop.