Monday was the last day of the TCA – Softex Software and Applications show at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall. I went with my friend Jason before work. We arrived around 11 and the place was almost deserted… it became more populated as the day progressed.
I left the place with a lot of pictures, a hefty stack of flyers, and a few free pens and dusting kits. The exhibition had a fair share of promotional models (booth babes) to draw the attention of young males, which was by far the largest demographic represented.
I think a few people were searching photos tagged “Booth Babe” in Flickr. Usually when I upload pictures it is an hour or two before new pictures get any views. After Flickr Uploadr had done its work uploading all the photos from the day in about 6 minutes. I had checked the views of some of the photos, and one had already reached double-digits.
At the Microsoft station, I played Ninty-Nine Nights for a few minutes on the Xbox 360, however, after about 5 minutes of ass-kicking I couldn’t find anymore enemies to kill, and became bored with running around:
So I listened to this woman for a few minutes and got a free dusting brush for answering a question correctly regarding how many directions the optical mouse she was holding up could scroll (thanks to Jason for providing me with the answer, as the presentation was of course in Mandarin):
Will the 360 even have a chance when the PS3 comes out? Time will tell…