#iPadBmore -- a Baltimore meet-up for iPad geeks
Last night, Baltimore geeks meet up at the Emerging Technology Center in Canton to talk all things iPad.
More than 50 people showed up, their iPads in hand. There were a bunch of speakers (I was one), and lots of free stuff given out, i.e. t-shirts, knickknacks and ... oh, free subscriptions to Wired magazine.
Below are images I culled from the Twitter feed from the event, under the hashtag #iPadBmore.
I talked about two of the things I'm excited about the iPad: 1) the way it shows off HTML 5-based websites, and 2) it's huge potential for educational uses for small children.
Other speakers gave talks about the device, including how it can be used by the blind and how it can be modified for use in your car.
From Mary_Spiro of @GusSent:
Also from Mary_Spiro, of @vincebuscemi, of @mindgrub:
His voice is bigger than the room!! RT @GarretOhm: Vince from @mindgrub's up. #iPadBmore (He wasn't kidding.) on 12seconds.tv
And Mary_Spiro again ... this time of @BrothaTech
Got anymore pics of the event? Send to gus.sentementes(at)baltsun(dot)com.
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