Loc: Bay Area, California, USA
What a great show. It's really packed and any vendor you can think of is here. I have already bought a firewire/usb combo hub ($80).<br>For me it's pig heaven with all the MacBabes <br>I've been through the North pavillion and checked out the gaming area which was totally packed. Awesome games are already out or coming soon. I talked with the programmer for Neverwinter Nights about when that is being released. Apparently 10.2.3 put a crimp in their plans when some OpenGL instructions changed. So they are just getting ready to update it and it should be out soon. The graphics and game play look incredible. Nice to see some homeys doing so well! Anyway, i don't think gaming on the Mac has ever been better. The variety, quality and quantity of games is just astounding this days.<br>All the big software players are here including the usual suspects such as Adobe, Corel, etc.. It was nice to see the Painter 7 demo was packed. Painter 7 looks like a fine product and i think it is starting to gain some serious respect.<br>I dropped by the Troll Tech booth to wish them luck. Troll Tech is Nowegian company that makes developer tools. They brought out their main product for the Mac about and year ago and i'm told they are doing very well with it. My company prints their promo materials so it was nice to see some of the fruits of my labors in action <br>There is just so much to see here. Right now i'm on the wireless network in the cyber café on my trusty TiBook. I'm considering selling it now that i have falling in love with the 12" TiBook. That things is freakin' amazing. The Big Boy 17" is so imposing but not practical for me. Incredible design though. The keyboard on both models is a work of friggin' art.<br>Well i think i'll move on now and see if i can avoid spending any more cash LOL<br>I'm definitely coming back here on Thursday for the Brainiac Challenge <br><br>
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