It was way more than just Martha and #thetechshow, however, I did get a few up close and personal shots, so I thought I’d share those first.
Here we have Martha and David Pogue of the New York Times and author of the book, ‘The World According to Twitter’.
David: Martha, don’t turn away from me, you’re ravishing!
Martha simpers: Oh David, stop it, you’re making me blush!
Well maybe, I made that up, but it could happen. Maybe … or maybe not.
Here is another of Martha and Chris Hughes the billionaire 20-something founder of facebook. She may have mentioned him poking her (really). She also told him he looked 13. HA! He has the propensity to turn all shades of red. Poor
Here is another, with Martha and Nick Douglas author of ‘Twitter Wit‘.
Nick: Look Martha, here’s a photo of me naked. What do have to say about that in less than 140 characters?
Martha: OH MY!
I have to tell you … I LOVE NYC.
walked limped from my midtown hotel to Central Park. I think this is my favourite photo from the trip.
From the park, I did a quick tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I started with the Dutch masters. I know Michael Douglas is old and all, but who would have imagined he’d be old enough to sit for Rembrandt?!
I got a little homesick when I saw this. Then I realized, I’d probably end up like this poor woman if I take any more trips without Mr. MK. Don’t tell him about this, he’ll
kill me ban me from the internet forever.
On my last day there, I did the tourist thing and hopped a red double-decker bus to take in the sights. It was gray, cloudy and cold.
Speaking of Broadway, I went to the Broadway Musical ‘HAIR’. It was fabulous!
There were so many things I got to see, but not do …
It’s such a great combination of the very old and the very new, just like in this photo!
One of these days, I’ll go back. I’ve got a huge long list of things to do and see and eat.