The Cafe Project, New Orleans Edition
This weekend, most of the tech world has their blogs fixed firmly on the Moscone Center in San Francisco (ground zero for Google I/O). I am not at the Moscone Center, and so I’ll let you follow the Android-related announcement action from all the other possible outlets. I’m at the CC’s Community Coffee House in the middle of the French Quarter in New Orleans.
It’s a nice place — mostly quiet as the Quarter seems to be relatively untouristed this weekend. The decor and ambiance is Starbucks-esque, which isn’t bad, but tomorrow I’ll be finding a place a bit more local.
The best part about this edition of The Cafe Project is cupcakes for breakfast! I know I wasn’t going there when I went to Café Verité. But this is New Orleans, and if you can’t have a cupcake for breakfast here, then where can you? Especially if they are fleur-de-lis cupcakes, as modeled by my wife Misty (who named them her “Who Dat” sunglasses).