Macworld 2008 has started, and it couldn’t start better off for me! This following blog post will be no ordinary blog post, I will by time, tell the readers my journey to Macworld 2008: Day 1.
5:00 AM- Wake up. At around 5:15 I eat breakfast, and get all my stuff ready for the days journey to Macworld 2008.
5:30 AM- Leave house to BART Station.
6:00 AM- Arrive at BART Station and board train to San Francisco!
6:50 AM- I arrive in San Francisco, and walk to Moscone Center West.
7:10 AM- Get my Super Pass, and go inside of Moscone West.
7:20-8:45 AM- Wait in line until they let us in the keynote room. At this time, I meet new friends, and talk about the Apple Universe podcast recording that night, and stream some live video on Qik.
9:00-10:30 AM- Steve Jobs Keynote! I get my seat, and take LOTS of pictures, and videos. A blog post coming up about the announcements from the keynote.
10:45 AM- THE HIGHLIGHT OF MY DAY!!
At this time I want to talk about what happened after the keynote was over. I had no where to go, since I was waiting for a friend, and I decide to walk to the stage. What I didn’t know, was that the press were taking a lot of pictures. I didn’t know what they were taking pictures, and knowing that I was small enough, I went through some people to find Steve Jobs in front of me! YES! STEVE JOBS WAS IN FRONT ON ME!! Steve needed to go, so he turned around and turned in my direction. I talk to Steve and SHAKE HIS HAND! I SHOKE STVEVE JOBS HAND!!!!
Steve is a really idol to me, it was a great experience to shake Steve Jobs hand. After that, I meet with some Apple Executives like Jonathan Ive, and some iPhone person, that I don’t remember his name 🙂
Going back to the actual story:
11:00 AM- Meet with iPhoneAlley Founder, and Editor-in-Chief, Michael Johnston. We talk about the keynote, and talk, like us all 🙂
12:00-1:00 PM- I go out to lunch with a really good friend of mine, Eric Willis. Eric is now in San Francisco, and I have him a pass to Macworld 2008. We went out to lunch, and had a good time talking nothing other then Apple!
1:00-1:30 PM- Go to Eric’s office, and relax for a little bit before going back to Macworld 2008.
1:50 PM- Meet with Robert and Patrick Scoble in Moscone Center.
2:00- 4:00 PM- Walk around the expo floor with the Scoble’s and Mike Cohen of MacMegasite.
4:15- 5:45 PM- Set-up for my Apple Universe Episode #100 event at Zeum!
6:00- 8:00 PM- Apple Universe #100 with Robert Scoble, Dave Sifry, Shooby, iJustine and Cali Lewis! There will be a blog post about this event coming up.
8:30 PM- Leave the Zeum, and go home after a very long day.
This was basically my day at Macworld 2008. I am still in disbelief that I shook Steve Jobs hand! Apple Universe #100 was great, and I hope my parents let me go back to Macworld later this week, and if not, I had a great time at Macworld 2008!
Apple Universe #100 should be out soon.
7 thoughts on “Macworld 2008: Day 1”
Congratulations I wish I was there
That’s way-awesome that you got to meet Steve Jobs! I, also, wish I was there.
I look forward to listening to the 100th episode of Apple Universe! I only discovered it, today, when I was catching up on the MacWorld festivities. I saw your panel on Nicole’s photos, and on Cali’s, too!
Rock on, dude!
I hope I can make it to Mac Live Expo Cologne this year.
Sounds like you had a great time! You finally typed Macworld (with small w), thanks! 🙂
I have learned that it needs to be Macworld, not MacWorld like I want it to be 🙂
Meeting your “boss” was really cool, and one of the best things that I have done in my life!
I hope that you enjoy Macworld, and Apple has really done something great…
Daniel – I would have had to change pants (not because of Jobs but because of Ive… that guy is stinking Brilliant… Capital B). Way to go! Did you guys talk much?
Daniel, I hope that the show was the greatest of successes. Unfortunately, I didn’t find it easy to watch live on Qik (where was the UStream cam?!?!), so I’ll have to wait until you release the final production to give you my opinion.
(Side note: Qik is great for on-the-go, but UStream is the bomb in the presence of a land-line based web connection).
@Derek:Thanks for the links – I didn’t know about any pictures of the show until you pointed them out.