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The main activity today at the Moscone Center was registering the large number of people who are attending this year’s WWDC, as well as provide the registrants with the ability to meet and talk with each other before the full schedule of sessions and keynotes start […]

The main activity today at the Moscone Center was registering the large number of people who are attending this year’s WWDC, as well as provide the registrants with the ability to meet and talk with each other before the full schedule of sessions and keynotes start tomorrow morning. It’s also a good opportunity to try to spy what’s been hung on the next floor up, since those areas are closed off until tomorrow morning. See below the jump for pictures.

Registration area pictures (click for full size)

A partial shot of a hanging sign upstairs. That’s about all you can see up there.

  1. Does that sign say “A copycat”?

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  2. It sure looks like it… Apple may be going a little to far with this one.

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  3. I’m anxious to find out what’s behind that big black sheet!

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  4. Hrmm…. just predicting what Apple’s marketing campaign would say, but probably something like:

    Leopard
    More than a copycat.

    or

    Leopard
    The original copycat.

    … but then again those don’t make much sense….
    and I’m kindof drunk….
    and its 4:30am.

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  5. the sigh up stairs says, “redmond has a cat too, a copycat”, ( redmond being microsofts HQ.

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