http://blog.wired.com/games/2007/03/gdc_nintendos_k.html#more Waiting for the Miyamoto keynote to start, I’m sitting three rows from the front. Close enough to see Nintendo’s resident BMOC, Reggie Fils-Aime at the front of the crowd, working it with his trademark smile and good will. He poses for pictures, he signs Wiimotes, he presses the flesh with a goodnatured ease that would make even the most seasoned politician weep with envy. “Kick his ass and take his name!” someone shouted from a few rows behind me. “Who?” answered Reggie in mid-autograph. “Phil Harrison, front row!” Sure enough, there was Phil Harrison, seated dead center, front row. Looks like he could show up on time for Nintendo’s keynote, but not Sony’s. With a grin and a chuckle, Reggie replies, “Some would say we’ve already done that.” Touchdown. The crowd goes wild. Score one for Reggie! If you read further, it seems that the writer was disappointed and annoyed with the keynote speech.