Ahh, finally and at last -- my looong The Writers Workbench wrap-up of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show has been posted. As I explain each month, it's very time-consuming to code my TWW column what with all the graphics and hyperlinks to company website under normal conditions, but the CES wrap-up is so abnormally long (over 6,000 words, to get as much covered as possible, while hopefully not making anyone's head explode -- except mind...), which is why instead I link to it on the WGA website here.
(It's also published on the Huffinton Post, which I do code, but a) I have my limits to how much I am willing to code, and b) I leave out some of the graphics on the HuffPo version, since the column is officially written for the Writers Guild website.)
Anyway, for thems what are interested, take a look at the article. (Just rest up first...) It's full of analysis of several "themes" that were apparent at CES on the direction technology appears to be headed in the coming year -- and years ahead -- along with discussion of a huge range of products I came across, as well as noting which things caught my eye as Cool Products. And a few that reached the level of oddity.
Know, too, that much of this isn't just geeky tech computer stuff, but a lot of home appliances are included, as well, since that seems to be a direction that tech is making huge advances in these days, I think. Some normal home appliances and some...well, less so, like this Pico Brew home brewer.
Anyway, browse over to the Writers Guild website here if you have a chance and the inclination. There's plenty of folderol there that should cover many interests.
And yes, browsing and skimming is allowed...
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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