CES Top 10 Videos: The Great, the Strange, The Comical and the Cool
Looking at the several dozen videos David Berlind, Fritz Nelson and I shot of products and edgy tech at CES, it strikes me that there's no time. No time for most of you out there to sift through all that for the coolest, strangest and oddest or funniest stuff. Which is the point anyway, right? So I spent the afternoon watching all our videos--throwing me back into that insane maelstrom of our running around like madmen/woman shooting videos--and chose what I thought were the best 10 videos based
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Look at the techsites, and it will quickly be obvious that we at Techweb and the upcoming BYTE.com are insane. We shot dozens of video demos, working from early in the morning to midnight at the Techweb suite in Vegas.
But why, you ask? Obviously, you won't have time to check out the several dozen videos David Berlind, Fritz Nelson and I posted. I only did it just now. But here's a Top 10 list of not-to-miss videos from CES 2011, ranging from the funny and the strange, to the amazing and just plain cool.
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