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In a few hours I should be on the air and on my way back to Philadelphia. We’re expecting bad weather in Philly tonight, so it’s possible I could get stuck somewhere in between here or there, but after spending most of the week in Las Vegas, I’m really looking forward to seeing my cat, my wife, and my warm bed again. 

This week has been a blast. I’ve gotten a chance to connect with bloggers like James Kendrick and Kevin Tofel, Sascha Pallenberg, Xavier Lanier, Joanna Stern,  Warner CrockerBen Drawbawaugh, Dave Zatz and Mari Silbey. I also got a chance to say hi in passing to Ryan Block and Brian Lam, probably two of the most famous people at the conference that I kind of sort of know. The most famous people I ran into at parties and didn’t bother introducing myself to because I had nothinng particularly interesting to say at the moment (Not to mention that I lost my voice on Tuesday and therefore had little to say for much of the convention) were Xeni Jarden and Walt Mossberg

And of course I also got to catch up on the latest news from Asus, MSI, HP, VIA, Intel, CTL, Emtec, Coby, and dozens of other technology companies. I’ve still got a ton of material that I haven’t had a chance to write up yet, so you can expect CES-related posts to continue through the next week or so. And of course, the show is huge and I’m sure there were a few exhibits I missed, so I’ll be keeping an eye on other tech news sites for news I might have missed.

I hope you enjoyed my CES coverage as much as I enjoyed bringing it to you. See you back in Philly.

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