CS3 Tour – Live in Hollywood!

I’m here in Hollywood at the Renaissance Hotel which is the seventh stop on the CS3: Creative License Tour. This is one of the two day events. We have over 800 people registered for this event. I’m here with my colleagues: Sebastian Distefano – showing the Design Premium Suite, Abbas Rizvi – showing the Web Premium Suite and Kevan O’Brien showing the all new CS3 Production Premium Suite. The LA crowd is lively and in the groove. This two day event started out with some great pre-conference breakouts before the main event this afternoon. This evening we have more breakouts and activities including the InDesign Users Group.

I’m posting this blog entry live using Adobe Contribute CS3 during my keynote address. I hope to see you in New York.

Also check out some of the CS3 Logo’d Wearable Gear that was unveiled at this show.


The view from my hotel room. It’s the famous Hollywood sign.

This facility was awesome and we presented to a standing room only crowd.

  • Hey great demo today Terry. It was supper fantastic to see you post your blog entry live using Adobe Contribute CS3 during your keynote address.

    I love the whole CS3’s integration that Adobe has done. Again that was a great quick intro into CS3.

    thanks for coming to LA,

    Thats me in the back row to the left of center. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • terrywhite

    Thanks Jay!

  • Hi Terry,

    Richard Jenkins here who recently interviewed with Robert McDaniels.

    As you know by now I wasn’t selected for the Adobe SE position; no matter, I will not give up and will simply double my efforts for the next opportunity!

    I just wanted to drop you a quick line and say that I attended the CS3 event in Hollywood and found you to be the very best of all the presenters who evangelized the new CS3 tools.

    Your enthusiasm, humor, and presentation skills were first rate all the way.

    Frankly, all the other presenters at the future CS3 events should be mentored by you on how to create the excitement you have for the CS3 tools. They are sorely lacking in your enthusiasm and presentation skills.

    It’s one thing to know the deep ins and outs of an Adobe product; it’s another thing to put people to asleep presenting these amazing tools. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Yours and thanks,

    Richard Jenkins