Inside our booth, we had a haphazard dangly collection of adapters for powering the lights. It makes me uneasy when gravity is a factor in a power-cable and surge-protector setup.
Archive for July, 2007
Macworld was one of the greatest weeks of my life. I evangelized, supported, advertised, demonstrated, and defended our software. A whole year’s worth of interaction with the people who use our products, and validation of what we’re doing, was compressed into one week. I took feature requests in Japanese, gave a full demo to a deaf guy (who also types Dvorak!) by switching to TextEdit whenever we had something to say to each other, met the lady who designed my MacBook bag, and connected with lots more cool people from all over the place. This is the kind of event for me.
We went to Macworld. I watched the announcement of the iPhone. It says something about my punctuality in updating this site that I have owned an iPhone for several weeks as of the posting of this photo. I got in trouble for photographing this crate. I guess there’s something pretty secret about it.