The Consumer Electronics Show is now over, tens of thousands of devices have been unplugged, the U.S. power grid has returned to normal, and I have finally begun to decompress. And able to step away, I can now see the madhouse circus zoo in a better perspective.
I love CES, which is str...
Actually, which is all I'm going to write here. For the full article, I'm going to link over to it on the Huffington Post. Usually I post such things here. But this requires a trip through the ozone. Two reasons -- the first is that it's really long. (Seriously long. "Oh, my God, what was he thinking??" long. Though I hope it remains interesting, regardless.) And the second is that to make it more interesting to read, the piece has a lot of pictures of the products, so you can actually have a sense of what's being talked about. To code in that many pictures over in these here parts which just be incredibly time consuming. It could be done, and we live but to serve, but hey, I've got my limits. Besides, it's already done on the Huffington Post. So, for those interested in the upcoming world o' tech, take a short field trip to the Huffington Post.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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