I was at the Web 2.0 Summit party tonight where there were a bunch of geeks. It seemed like everyone I met had an iPhone. Of course not Robert Sears, Chief Architect of Multimedia Experiences at Nokia. I proudly showed him I hadn’t yet joined the iCult, even if the rest of my family had. Whew, dodged that one. I came real close to buying an iPhone tonight before the party.
Anyway Sears smiled when I asked him if Nokia had an answer to the iPhone. Ahhh, I love the smell of cell phone competition in the evening, don’t you?
Well, to the point of this post I got some famous geeks showing off their new iPhones.
Matt Cutts, famous Google blogger:
Tom Hale, Adobe senior vice president of Adobe’s Knowledge Worker Solutions Business Unit (he told me to ask Apple if Flash would be coming on the iPhone too):
Kara Swisher, technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal and co-founder of the famous “D” conference (the only one where Steve Jobs and Bill Gates appeared together on stage).
Danny Kolke, CEO of Etelos, makers of CRM for Google, among other cool Web services:
More iCult photos coming as I catch famous geeks with their iPhones.
Sears will be happy to know that all of these photos were shot with a Nokia N95.