Last night when I checked into the Marriott, I asked them to take care of the feather bedding in the room (Marriotts have been replacing all their bedding with fancy "Revive" bedding, full of feathers), and before long, a guy from Housekeeping showed up with foam pillows and another comforter... but another one with feathers. He went away and came back with a very nice non-feather one.
So, I was quite surprised when I woke up this morning and could barely breathe. Apparently they also have fancy new feather mattress pads. :-\ On the way out through the lobby, I asked them at the front desk to deal with that.
Now waiting for the WWDC keynote address to start. Steve Jobs will no doubt be introducing some fun new hardware (I'm betting on a new high-end Intel-chip desktop Mac model, but that's a safe bet at this point), as well as the next version of Mac OS X, version 10.5, codenamed "Leopard."
Good coffee and scone to start the morning, along with milling around with a few thousand fellow Mac-heads, before they corralled us into the big room where the keynote will be. Already ran into Bog, and Steve Erde from Cornell Medical College, who I never get to see because they're in Manhattan. They're playing odd music in here. :-)