waiting for 2 hrs while they fixed the plane at long beach airport
waiting at long beach
waiting some more at long beach
old-school boarding at long beach
cinda didnt know why i was taking her picture, she's just used to it. but i wanted people to know we went to SF this year in the bluesmobile...for the last year of macworld. how appropriate.
sunset over the pacific. and catalina.
sunset over the pacific
sunset over the pacific. note coastline between clouds
an insight on opening difficult to open snack bags. open the side.
a study in white. a study in texture. nah, i just thought this was an interesting composition.
on the bart
kyle signs in...he's not sure for what, but he liked the sign.
thai food the first night
the streets of san francisco at 6am in the morning.
market street in san francisco at 6am in the morning.
in line for the keynote shortly after 6am tuesday morning. we were #285 & 286. the lady getting stuff from her backpack liked to talk. her family was glad we were there to listen.
the media is still interested in the keynote, even without steve.
they were capturing an interesting B-roll shot
finally inside. 7am
plenty of room for everyone
they expected the line to be a bit longer i think
some real hard-core mac folks at the front of the line, twittering and blogging, of course.
breakfast in line. yogurt and muffins we bought from whole foods the night before.
hard-core fans at the front of the line. extra credit if you even know what psystar is.
the dude in the black jacket to cinda's right worked for IT at gallos wine. he was very interesting to talk to. it was here that cinda predicted the face recognition feature to be announced in iphoto. she just thought it was coming next year.
people holding their phones up for a photo
we arrived to wait in line later than we ever had before, and got the best seats we have ever had.
phil philling in for steve
phil's obligitory recap
some guy named tony
some guy named tony singing "i left my heart in san francisco" how appropriate!
at least i can say i've seen him, in case anyone ever asks.
phil and tony
the last keynote
the last keynote. not even all of these seats were filled during the show.
the big deal was the new 17" macbook pro
david pogue trying to explain face recognition to someone over the phone. this was funny.
some guy getting interviewed
hmmmm, here's a shot of steve!
down into the exhibit hall