MacWorld San Francisco 2005
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The cattle. These dedicated geeks got in line for the keynote around 5am. The rain outside was their shower. So the cattle comment wasn't entirely about waiting in line.
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Stogieman (right) identified the exits in case of a geek stampede. While rare, they have been known to happen when some of the more hardcore fans are deprived of Steve Jobs' life giving reality-distortion field for too long.
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The mac geek circle jerk. No touching.
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A female Apple employee checks her email without being accosted. I know, I'm shocked too.
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Umbrella-man: I declare this section for MacOSRumors! the crowd boos loudly Random man: Suck my spymac! Umbrella-man: Who said that?! I will cast my level 9 icy smiting spell on you! You'll rue the day you messed with me!
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The handy location text in the bottom of the screen was put in place after 48 hungover people thought they were in line for a Green Day concert last year.
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Apple reveals the secret to their R&D process: trans-dimensional portals.
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Steve Jobs (off-screen): And this is what PC Magazine said about my ass after I faxed them a copy of it. That's right, it's tight. Here, I'll bounce a quarter off it just to prove it to you.
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It's not water.
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Steve wasn't sure why, but the name Isaac suddenly popped into his head.
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Steve Jobs: iLife 04 was a beautiful merging of products. Not like when you were in college, and you were trying to convince two women to kiss each other. You deserved that black eye dork.
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Steve Jobs (off-screen): Hehehehehe. So my wife...nah, it's too easy. I love this feature.
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iPhoto picture alignment - digital correction for when you're finally sober
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Steve Jobs: This new Sony HDV is amazing. No no, don't stop talking. Just pretend I'm not here. That's it. Oh yeah. Now give me 'pouty'.
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Steve surprised everyone by announcing the new Robot John Mayer.

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