I like to watch the keynote reply and try to spot little mistakes made by the speakers. None of the minor goofs are of any consequence, so it's "proofreading", not criticism. I certainly couldn't speak live like that without quite a few errors! When I've commented on mistakes I spotted in previous keynotes, I've sometimes turned out to be wrong about some of them, so I'm curious if anybody else can confirm these, or has already commented on them in one of the threads earlier this week. My favorite goof was the presentation of the iPhone price, which showed that it combined the features of a $199 iPod and a $299 mobile phone, making it worth at least $499. Now I'm usually pretty good with arithmetic, so I'm surprised that I get $498 when I add those two numbers, but Apple gets $499. I also noticed that Steve checked the weather in several cities, including Hawaii. The last time I was there, it was a state. Did it get demoted, like Pluto? I think it was a mistake to have Phil Schiller, in the audience, talk on the iPhone with Steve Jobs. After all, it plays right into a joke: His name makes it obvious that he would fill the role of a shill. Stan Sigman of Cingular wasn't very interesting to listen to, so maybe it was a mistake to have him on stage at all, but I noticed a real mistake: he claimed that Apple had online stores. I think they have only one of those. Jerry Yang of Yahoo said that Steve called mail the killer app. But Steve actually said the killer app was making calls on the iPhone, right? Somebody said "11 days" when he meant "11 days ago", but I lost track of who said it about what. I guess that's my mistake. Of course, the clicker that didn't work was a flub, but presumably not Steve's falut. What else did anybody spot?