Devo rocks the Warfield Theatre at the Macworld Bash Tuesday night. A surprising number of guests knew every single word to all of Devo's songs. Devo's lead singer shows he has more energy the most 20-something rockers. Serious men in hats. Seeker's astronomy software can connect to telescopes like this one. At the Macworld Napping Lounge, anyone could sign up for some shut-eye in these futuristic pods. Attendees watch an enormous printer do its thing. The H&R Block booth gave out free beers at the end of each day. Urban Junket's laptop bags manage to look nothing like laptop bags. The Scull Candy booth had a live DJ. Expo goers head out en mass at the end of the day. It really is the most comfortable chair ever. iZap's Zebra electric car can go up to 40 mph and costs under $12,000. Food and drink freebies, like popcorn, were a popular alternative to swag. Gridiron proudly displays their Best of Show banner. Belkin's podcast studio featured live musical performances and fun fake grass. Sadly, there were no guitars at the Guitar Center booth. A man does his best cow impersonation for a chance to win an iPod touch. Tooble, a cool program for getting YouTube videos on your iPod, is the brain child of these children. The very popular Games Pavilion. A demo of EarthDesk's real time satellite program. A TV crew films a demonstration. A passerby admires the HP digital photo gallery. A demonstration at the Music and Audio Pavilion. OUR iPod.