Time for another quick morning post, live here from the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. We’ve still got a good 45 minutes before the show floor opens, but this is the only time I can get online for a few minutes.
Yesterday, Macworld kicked off its first day. We were quite busy here in booth 234 with lots of interested customers stopping by. Our next-door neighbors make an iPhone application that allows you to play the flute by blowing into your phone. They assembled an entire band of iPhone players and did “Stairway to Heaven” no fewer than 100 times. At first it was cool, but by mid-day we were requesting them to learn something new.
The show was tiring, but it went fairly quickly. We left promptly at 6, where Barry and I headed down to New Delhi for a delicious Indian dinner. We left stuffed to the brim and sweating bullets, just what you like to see from an Indian restaurant. I got back to the hotel around 8 and was planning on seeing a movie at the theater next door, but wound up staying in and talking to Lauren on the phone and watching ABC’s premiere of Scrubs, then reading a little before bed.
Not much else exciting to report from yesterday. I’m guessing it will be more of the same today. Tonight, the three of us plan to head down to the wharf and get some seafood for dinner.