1 The colorful Martha banner adorning the studio, located in the Chelsea section of Manhattan
2 Some vintage photos from my modeling days line the walls of this hallway at the studio.
3 Our new shop at the studio - audience members can purchase T-shirts, sweatshirts, books, glitter sets, tote bags, and more.
4 The MARTHA shop is only open for a short time, while the audience is in the holding area.
5 Some of the tote bags offered
6 My wardrobe room this year doubles as a voice-over studio.
7 My new assistant Jessica, busy at work
8 Various staff members, lined up near my office, waiting for the show to begin
9 The big meeting/briefing before the show - a good time to check my emails - oops - no tweeting while meeting!
10 A laptop on stage - I logged into my Twitter account on this computer before the show began. Notice all of the Blackberries, IPhones, and laptops in the audience?
11 Ron Palacio, Rob Maurizi, and Jarrett Garcia - members of the MSLO tech crew - they were very excited to attend.
12 I started off in the control room for this episode.
13 A 'bumper' with the very young Chris Hughes, co-founder of facebook.
14 The show begins!
15 I wheeled out a cart filled with older technology. Did you know that the functions of all 115 pounds of this stuff now fits in a 4.1 ounce Blackberry?
16 An old black and white tube TV - I still think that black and white televisions have their own charm.
17 One of my earlier computers - I have heard that people now make aquariums out of the monitors - that's a good way of recycling.
18 I still have thousands of slides that need to now be digitized.
19 Who could forget the fun of PONG on ATARI?
20 My first guest, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone
21 Here I am with Biz.
22 Joey Kola, our warm up artist, handing out some giveaways to keep the energy level high during intermissions.
23 Here I am with New York Times technology columnist David Pouge, who is promoting his new book 'The World According to Twitter.'
24 Next was Chris Hughes, co-founder of Facebook.
25 Here I am with some of my own digital team, Parneet Gosal and Brenda Dargan. Not shown in the photo is Eliad Laskin, who actually took this picture.
26 Logging back into my Twitter account
27 This is Heather Cabot, Yahoo's Web Life Editor. She walked me through the great features of the new Yahoo homepage, search engine and email.
28 We also taped a Q&A session where the audience had a chance to ask me and my guests questions.
29 Biz, David, me, Chris, Heather
30 Rolling on camera 5!
31 Nick Douglas is a technology writer and the founding editor of the humorist Web site valleywag.com. He is the author of the new book Twitter Wit, a very funny compilation of Twitter aphorisms and witticisms.
32 My hair and make up artist Mary Curran is giving the thumbs up for a show well done.