Scenes From the Apple iPad Day: Is It a Thneed or an iPod XL?
BoomTown captured some bits and pieces of tasty video as I attended the Apple rollout of its newest device, the iPad, yesterday.
There are shots of the action in San Francisco outside and inside the launch hall and demo area (with key clips of CEO Steve Jobs during the event) showing off the hardware and software.
And, in a series of interviews, I mocked New York Times (NYT) tech legend John Markoff, got mocked by Apple (AAPL) PR gurus Katie Cotton and Steve Dowling, got gallant treatment from Gizmodo’s Brian Lam, got shut down by New York Times tech dude Brad Stone and got CNBC’s Jim Goldman–whom I did not ask for a date–to call the iPad “an XL version of the iPod touch.”
Or is it a Thneed–the innovative thing that everybody needs–from Dr. Seuss’s “The Lorax”?
Time will tell, but here’s the video to enjoy, plus one of the terrific “Everybody Needs a Thneed” song: