Last Sunday we hitched a ride with the AUC guys down to Silicon Valley. It was the same as last year’s tour: Fry’s (the small one) where I bought an SSD and some Altoids; the Computer History Museum, which was smaller and less impressive than last year but they still have the mechanical difference engine which is great; and Apple HQ at 1 Infinite Loop, where I bought a T-shirt, a shirt for work, and a microphone/button for my phone. Finally we returned to San Francisco to check in at Moscone West for the conference. Continue reading
Good evening, and welcome to tonight’s edition of the World’s Best and Most Amazing Blog Ever. First up, we review the V Australia service between Sydney and Los Angeles, as well as the bowl of ramen I ate at the southern food court in the San Francisco Airport International Terminal, and the Holiday Inn at the airport. Finally, there will be an extensive coverage of travels over the last three days at Las Vegas.
On our last day in Tokyo we went down to the Odaiba area. Great idea! Odaiba is basically Tokyo’s giant amusement park. In contrast to some of the narrow streets back in town, Odaiba is expansive, and has well-designed everything.