Friday, September 3, 2010

VMWorld Thursday - So Long San Francisco

The last day of the conference was short and sweet.

We had a great closing keynote from Pranav Mistry, as well as a few other innovators in human-machine interfaces, probably to most valuable breakout session of the whole conference, and I even squeezed in a lab. To the pictures!

Captured a great shot on my morning run.



Pranav Mistry on stage presenting.

I tried to capture the slide they kept coming back to. "Innovation!" It's everywhere.

A view of the city from the Embarcadero.

The Gold Dust Lounge. This was my base of operations for most of the trip.

Union Square had an art show on Thursday. 



Another shot of the city from the Bay.

Tad's Steakhouse. This is where my room service came from. Notice my hotel right next door.


A better shot of the hotel. I'll miss you, Hotel Union Square!

Checking out.
So long San Francisco! As I type this, I am up in Santa Rosa, staying with friends. I don't know what the agenda is for the weekend yet, but I'm sure we'll get it sorted out rather quickly.

Thanks for a great conference VMWorld, and thanks for a great time, San Francisco!

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