Today was day 1 of the Macworld conference. My Numbers Lab session had a full room and went well. I also was able to spend several hours learning Applescript from Sal Soghoian who did a great job demystifying several topics. Finally, I got the chance to meet Bill Atkinson, who was on the original Apple Macintosh team, wrote MacPaint, QuickDraw, and Hypercard. In addition to bringing the Macintosh to life, Bill is an amazing photographer. He has combined his interests to release an iPhone application, Bill Atkinson PhotoCard. In it you can create email postcards using Bill’s own photography (or your own pictures) and embellish them with stickers and custom stamps. Even better, for $1.50 you can have the card sent automatically via US postal delivery. The card samples are thick, glossy, heavy cardstock and look fantastic. It is great having some Bill Atkinson software on my Apple device again.