The conference tweet board lit up with comments about his scarf and sweater not to mention those amazing shoes. He gave a very inspiring talk about the importance of pursing your passion when you’re very young – and that he doesn’t listen to (artistic) advice from people under 25.
Let the gilt begin.
The Wynn hosts one of the best spreads in Vegas to lure the press…
Sweet corduroy jacket on Brad Stone, writer for BusinessWeek.
This budding actress didn’t want to give me her name as she was working at one of the booths, but planing to drive to LA after the show for an audition the next day. The light was much better in the ladies’ room.
Guy Kawasaki sporting a Fedora.
It turned out to be a lovely afternoon around 11 pm. Stewart Alsop, Alsop Louie Partners, holds up the sky for us.
Larry Marcus, Walden Venture Capital, early investor in Pandora, also known as the drummer for Open Source Band.
Maksim Ioffe, CEO and founder of a very cool startup — Dijit, offering a universal remote control for Smartphones and tablets.
Tianna Stevenson, bnet TV, looking like a China doll.
I thought I must be dreaming when Jolie O’Dell, Blogger for Mashable, made her entrance to moderate the panel on New Technology Demos. Wow! Blonde on Blue. Definitely one of my favorite pictures.
Not sure how Ted Cohen managed to match the decor at the Kabuki, but he looks like he’s had a vacation – yes?
Aric Kurzman, from hot startup Mobile Roadie, really had the details down with his Oliver Peoples glasses.
Always good to see Gabe Adiv. He’s looking dabber in his John Varvatos and Ray Bans.
The crowd went wild as Randi Jayne belted one out with her Facebook sidekicks.
Hear the Open Source Band live on FaceBook.
Chatting outside, Randi is incredibly warm and personable before her bodyguard (see below) rescued her from a Tenderloin panhandler.
Watching Zuck’s back:
Andy Barton, Tech Recruiter for Facebook by day, had the crowd begging…
Mashable’s Ben Parr, sporting Burberry. Nice.
Is that Justine Timberlake?
Breakfast at Geek Central – The American SF – 1 South Park, SOMA- this hot new restaurant closes at 3 pm everyday. Why? Because they sell out of everything everyday and don’t have enough storage space for more food. A taste of the Farmer’s breakfast convinced me they need to take over the building, (sharp cheddar, roasted potatoes, applewood-smoked bacon, cage-free egg, chive butter in a grilled cheese).
If you can pull off this outfit you can wear pretty much anything…nice pair of Adidas.