My annual overview of this year's Consumer Electronics Show is finished, and it's now posted online at the Writers Guild of America website. Because posting it and the myriad of photos requires a lot of coding, I'm just going to link it it there, rather than duplicate all that work here. Hat's off to Dexter Kim and Kristin Allen at the WGA for the work. Much appreciated. You can find the article at this link.
A good amount of the material has been posted here, but by no means most of it. So, even if you followed the travails that I wrote about every day during the show, the article contains mostly new material -- and hopefully in a structure that gives it all perspective, rather than just my random ramblings around the show floor.
And one other thing I say every year -- and make clear in the article: it's long. Not cute long, but "Oh, my God!!! I can't believe it's this long and the end isn't even in sight!!!" long. But it's intended to be a look at the breadth of the full show to get a sense of the year ahead in technology, not just notes about the splashy items. Hey, don't think of it as an interminably long article, but a blessedly short book. And you don't have to read it all in one sitting. One caveat though -- if you don't like looooooooong articles, don't read it. And don't complain to me that it's so long. I know it is. I just told you. And I explained the reason for it. But for those who do want to know about as much of CES as possible and get an idea of what the tech world looks like for the home, business, health, communications and more, check it out, here.