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iPhone 4 line on launch day at San Francisco Apple Store 362
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Image by Steve Rhodes

There were long lines when the iPhone 4 went on sale at 7 am on Thursday, June 24th

Chris Bank twitter.com/sbanker got in line at midnight on Monday/Tuesday.

Joseph Lobato twitter.com/takeoverLA got in line on Tuesday

My interview with them Tuesday afternoon

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/4727209376/in/set-7215762421412...

Photos from Tues & Wednesday

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/sets/72157624214126119/

Some of those photos on Demotix

www.demotix.com/news/364690/first-line-iphone-4-san-franc...

Alexia interviews them

blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2010/06/steve_jobs_hold_me.php

Yukari Iwatani Kane interviews them
blogs.wsj.com/digits/2010/06/24/lining-up-for-apples-ipho...

(there are pictures of both of them doing interviews in the other flickr set)

iPhone 4 launch at San Francisco Apple Store 62
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Image by Steve Rhodes

There were long lines when the iPhone 4 went on sale at 7 am on Thursday, June 24th

The line wasn't as long by the time I returned to get a phone around 3 pm that afternoon, but I was warned the wait could be five hours

It turned out to be about three hours (which still was long enough that some people left the line even though they had reserved a phone).

Photos from the early line Tues & Wednesday

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/sets/72157624214126119/

Some of the photos on Demotix

demotix.com/news/364690/first-line-iphone-4-san-francisco

demotix.com/news/366452/queues-apple-store-iphone-4-goes-...

Students discover technology opportunities
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Image by RDECOM
The U.S. Army is supporting the 2010 Maryland Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium March 11-13 at Morgan State University and the Baltimore Marriott Hunt Valley North.

The event is focusing on connecting students with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics opportunities, also known as STEM. The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command is featuring technology demonstrations and meeting with students today at the Morgan State Hill Field House.

"All cool technologies are made by scientists and engineers," said Gary Martin in his key note address at the 2010 Maryland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Morgan State University.

With the goal of informing and promoting the importance of science, technology, engineering and math to an audience of local middle and high school students, Martin, Research, Development and Engineering Command executive deputy to the commanding general, referred to technologies like X-Box and the iPhone to help bridge the gap between familiar uses of science and technology to the behind-the-scenes day-to-day work of STEM professionals.
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