In his keynote address to the Macworld masses, Steve Jobs reported that he is dropping the word interim from his title and will become Apple's official CEO. Along with unveiling Mac's new operating system, OSX, Jobs also announced that Apple is investing $200 million in a partnership with Mindsping Internet to create a Mac branded internet service provider. The new ISP will be the default internet service on all Apple computers, leading Jobs to speculate that Apple could become one the worlds top internet companies. Unfortunately for Mac game ambitions, a demonstration of Quake III
running on Apple's new OSX promptly locked up the system.