It is a pretty safe bet to say that Charles Cooper, writing for CNET today, didn’t enjoy the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco this week very much. “This turned out to the most forgettable Apple love-in it’s been my agony to endure. Apple says it has sold some 2 million devices and makes for a nice one-two punch with the slickly packaged iTunes music download site. But that was the highlight of a meager product rollout, which featured upgrades to Xserve, Microsoft Office for the Mac and Apple’s own iLife media creation products,” writes Cooper.