Up at 5:30am for a flight to NYC. Before leaving the house, I pulled my iPhone from the dock and checked for an email from Continental confirming flight status and gate. It was there, all was good for my flight. Activated Bluetooth and made some hands free calls while driving to the airport, listening to the iPod through the stereo in between. By the time I reached the airport my flight was subject to a delay because of weather in New York, so I retreated to the lounge, glommed on to their WiFi and cleared out my emails. Made some calls and surfed the web for a bit until the flight was ready to load. Once on board I put it in airline mode when the doors closed. On the flight I read a book and listened to the iPod for about 3 hours. Upon landing in NYC I cranked up the transmitters again (except Bluetooth). Checked my calendar for my car pick-up confirmation number and called the service. Made some more calls and read emails on the trip into the city. At the hotel there wasn't a room for me yet, so I hung around the lobby and used their WiFi. Once settled into my room, I set off for a couple of appointments, calling ahead as necessary. Could've Googled the locations, but I knew where I was going. Had to go through an impromptu iPhone demo at each place I visited. Met my dinner guests back at the hotel and we went through some information that I'd had emailed to me. More iPhone demos. Set off for dinner, but took some photos on the way of the steam billowing out of a big hole in the ground on Lexington Ave. Didn't know what it was at the time so, right there on the street, I checked Yahoo for news reports. Everyone was relieved to find that it wasn't al Qaeda. After dinner I walked up to the 5th Ave Apple store to buy a cover for my iPhone, and bumped into Robin Williams. He was buying the jawbone headset. I asked him how battery life was for someone who talks as much as he does. Walked back to my hotel, called the wife and told her about Robin Williams. Finally got to plug my iPhone into its charger; it was now 19 hours since it'd been plugged in. The battery indicator was low, but it hadn't yet hit the 20% remaining warning.