Curtis Kam wrote:There's more info on the Cafe. The food selection is from a fixed set of items. Not sure how many, but I recall being impressed with the range.
Dick Christian wrote:I... would NEVER even contemplate accosting strangers on the street or in line at the bank, supermarket check-out or DMV to annoy them by forcing them to watch a magic trick?
nico26 wrote:I really don't see the problem with one-trick DVDs.
Dick Christian wrote:Having dispensed with that issue (I hope), I find it hard to wax enthusiastic about any effect that seems to me to be designed specifically with a one-on-one presentation in mind. Even when I am performing close-up magic even when working table-to-table in a restaurant, it is usually intended to be seen and enjoyed by more than one person.
Richard Kaufman wrote:Not more than two, perhaps three, people can see the screen of an iphone simultaneously unless they're pressed up against one another in a manner that would make most people uncomfortable.
Richard Kaufman wrote:Apple iPhone App = the new version of the one-trick DVD.
Dick Christian wrote:I still contend that despite their apparent poularity, such effects are of limited utility to anyone who typically performs for audiences instead of individuals
mrgoat wrote:Dick Christian wrote:I still contend that despite their apparent poularity, such effects are of limited utility to anyone who typically performs for audiences instead of individuals
And yet you form this opinion after not trying any of the apps and not even owning an iPhone.