I've now edited the previous entry to add this link, but for anyone who read that entry before I updated it: Newsom's talk at Google is now available on YouTube. I'm very pleased that the people who post the talks managed to rush this through production in a much shorter time than usual.
I should have mentioned in the previous entry that the talk itself is only the first 18 minutes or so. After that, he does Q&A, much of which is about Prop 8 but some of which is about San Francisco politics. (Still worth watching if you're a Newsom fan or interested in SF politics, but not as essential as the main body of the talk.)
In case the Q&A portion is confusing, what happened is that we got to submit and vote on questions ahead of time (using an internal version of Google Moderator), and Newsom had a display where he could view the questions. It wasn't clear to us beforehand that he was there specifically to talk about Prop 8, so a bunch of the questions were about Muni and homelessness and such. Also, the plan was originally not to allow live spoken questions from the audience (which we didn't know beforehand), but fortunately Newsom turned out to be happy to take such questions.
I took a bunch of photos of him, but I suspect none of them came out. I found it interesting that after making a statement, he would occasionally pause for emphasis; in those pauses, he usually stood very still, often in a particularly appealing pose. Great dramatic profiles. But I kept getting the timing wrong in my photos, taking them just after he started moving again, and he was too far away for a flash.