Joel Johnson on the Road to CES: What Do You Want? (BBtv + BB Gadgets)


Continuing in Boing Boing tv’s “Road to CES” series, Joel Johnson at Boing Boing Gadgets sez:

Although we didn’t bother with CES last year, this year the Boing Boing team will be out in the cold Las Vegas desert, sifting through piles of sadness incarnate to find the precious products that might actually make our lives — if not truly better — a little happier in the coming year.

I’m more excited about going to CES as I have been in a long time. (Thanks in large part to your suggestions.) We try to keep it positive around here, but sometimes that’s easier to do when everyone else seems so down in the dumps.

At least that’s how I think it’ll be at this year’s show. Perhaps the convention won’t be quite as bleak as I imagine in this “Road to CES” video we’ve put together.

Join the discussion thread with Joel, Brownlee, and Beschizza over at Boing Boing Gadgets.

Flash embed over there, and here’s a direct MP4 link if you’d prefer to download.

Previously — here was Xeni’s video installment: The Road to CES: What do you want? (BBtv + Boing Boing Gadgets)


Sponsor shout-out: Boing Boing TV’s coverage of CES 2009 is sponsored by WEPC.com, in partnership with Intel and Asus. WePC.com is intended to be a site where users come together to “share ideas, images and inspiration about the ideal PC.” Participants’ designs, feature ideas and community feedback will be evaluated by ASUS and “could influence the blueprint for an actual notebook PC built by ASUS with Intel inside.”



About Xeni Jardin

Boing Boing editor/partner and tech culture journalist Xeni Jardin hosts and produces Boing Boing's in-flight TV channel on Virgin America airlines (#10 on the dial), and writes about living with breast cancer. Diagnosed in 2011. @xeni on Twitter. email: xeni@boingboing.net.
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