Steve Jobs will appear at the opening night of the eighth D: All Things Digital conference tomorrow night. The notable tech and media event will also include Hollywood director James Cameron, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, among others. The conference runs June 1-3, 2010 near Los Angeles, Calif.
All Things D's Kara Swisher hinted at some of the questions that she may ask The Steve on her blog:
There is much to talk to Jobs about, obviously, including the new iPad, the mobile market and the iPhone, its tense relationship with Google (GOOG) and the next innovations from the Silicon Valley computer icon.
Jobs famously appeared at the conference in 2007 in a joint session with Bill Gates. In the interview by Walt Mossberg and Swisher the duo talked about their long history in the industry. Video of the interview here.
Steve's obviously not going to spill the beans on anything that he'll announce at WWDC on June 7, but I'd like to hear more of his opinions on the Google IO conference, what he has planned for Apple TV and of course on Adobe.
Update: When I asked Swisher if there were any conditions placed on questions that could be asked of Steve, she replied "Nope. Plus the audience can ask any question they like."