If this works, you should be seeing a picture of a jerk parking.
I don’t think I’ve ever cut this quite so close to the wire before. But, with 24 hours to go, here’s the updated version of my ever-evolving “how to survive CES” post. Per last year’s CES tips post, I’ll be including anything that was relevant then, again.
Yup, we’ve lost a tip this year. But CES lost the Sands exhibit hall, so that probably makes up for it. See ya in Vegas!
Every year I predict, every year I get at least one thing right. And many wrong. But that’s the fun part, right? This year instead of categorizing based on the technology area, I’m going to organize based on my own scale of how crazy the prediction itself is…
Stuff that is almost definitely going to happen. Except the ones that don’t…
Predictions that are a little more “out there” but don’t require any major convincing.
Whatcha Talkin Bout Willis?
Stuff that’s probably not going to happen, but ya never know…
Can I get a hit of that stuff?
Things that are just plain unrealistic, but I’m saying them anyway. This way if they happen I can say I was the first to say them.
That’s all folks, see you in 361 days for the results.
Note that I anticipate much snarkiness in the comments. Have at it.
I hit about 50% on my 2008 predictions, time to size up my prognosticatory (not a word) skills again. And here’s the original post (though I’ve included all the predictive content again below).
Not too shabby, not too overwhelming. I’m still writing the 2010 edition, so hopefully nothing monumental will happen before I can publish it!