Senator John McCain: "We need to reform our copyright laws, but it needs to be carefully thought through."
Walt Mossberg onstage.
Kara Swisher takes questions from the audience.
Singer-songwriter Jill Sobule.
Engaged onstage: Steve Ballmer and Walt Mossberg.
"Is there a minimum age to be a CBS news correspondent? Do you have to be 70 or something?” Walt Mossberg to CBS President and CEO Les Moonves.
Demo: Jeff Hawkins introduces the Palm Foleo.
"Hollywood deserves more credit for embracing new distribution technologies. On the other hand, it’s fearful of losing control of its content." Peter Chernin, President and COO of News Corp.
Kara interviews John Chambers, Chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems.
Jason Calacanis demos Mahalo at D5.
Talking 'bout a Revolution: Kara Swisher and Steve Case.
Demo of Livescribe's Smartpen, a fountain-pen-sized computer with audio/visual feedback and memory for handwriting capture.
George Lucas uses a Jedi mind trick on Walt and Kara.
Historic moment: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates onstage together at D5.
Ann Moore of Time Inc: Lesson learned from the AOL-Time Warner marriage? You need a pre-nup.
Stephen Colbert introduces Philippe Dauman at D5.
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman draws a parallel between Viacom’s content and Google’s search algorithm, which it protects viciously.
RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser takes the stage to demo RealPlayer 11.
"Personalization, like iGoogle, is a very powerful model that will become increasingly pervasive in the years ahead." Eric Schmidt, Chairman and CEO of Google.
QiGO demo at D5.
A tribute to Earthlink CEO Garry Betty.
Charles Simonyi, Co-founder of Intentional Software and space tourist.
D5 Cupcake Tower Defense!
Answers.com CEO Bob Rosenschein, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Senator John McCain and Cisco CEO John Chambers.
Good things: Martha Stewart and Walt Mossberg catch up at D5.
Chad and Steve...I am your father.
Silicon Valley veteran Betty Taylor with Steve Wildstrom from Business Week at the D5 Opening Reception.
Dan Farber, Editor-in-Chief of CNET News with Satjiv Chahil, SVP of Worldwide Marketing for Hewlett Packard.