I thought it was just me. Sure, this is my first Macworld and perhaps I had been building unrealistic expectations about it in my mind (much like my level of fame). However, now I know that it isn't just me.
I'm sitting here in the Media room (we get free water!) and chatting with Jeff Stutzman of Hammerhead Research. He turned to me and said, 'So what do you think of the Expo?'
We shared a knowing look and both agreed that it sucks. I know that a lot of work went into making this conference, and perhaps the sessions are great, but the show floor is small and rather pathetic. The biggest topic of discussion are the companies that aren't here (i.e. Apple), oh, and the weather is really nice.
I am going to go prowl the show floor for a little while, and perhaps I will find something that I missed that will knock my socks off, but I doubt it. I'm with C.K., let's have Macworld where it belongs, in New York City.