Getting a shuttle from McCarran airport in Las Vegas makes one think the taxi queue is the way to go. After 45 minutes of inhaling bus fumes, David Jones and I departed for the hotel.
The NAB Show is, as it says, a digital media event. In year’s past it focused on broadcast television. Now if focuses a lot on the Internet. Just as the newspaper industry is focusing on the Internet.
The digital industry is all about learning the latest technology. Tim Robbins is the keynote speaker on Monday.
Yes, it’s fake. Kobe admits it’s computer generated. And a marketing deal. For Nike’s Hyperdunk. But it’s making the viral rounds on the Internet. Which is exactly the marketers aim. And it’s kinda fun to look at.
At the OKC airport. As I head to Vegas for NAB and watch some Master’s, one thing is clear: people are still flying. Despite all the cancellations last week or maybe because of it this place is busy. I’m flying Frontier, yes the airline that declared bankruptcy last week. Long lines at Will Rogers today. Good to see. Unless you’re trying to make a flight.
Saw the movie “21″ last night. Going to Vegas today as the National Association of Broadcasting runs through Wednesday at the Convention Center. So why not warm up with a movie about counting cards.
I thought “21″ was pretty decent. Melinda and I liked it. Popcorn was good.
You’ve probably seen the trailers, so here’s more – an interview with MIT math whiz Jeffrey Ma, the real life inspiration for the lead in “21.” He talks about how he took Sin City for millions.