Paying for dinner…

Hey, Jeff (my boss), I was just about to write a report on why I sent through a $400 expense report for dinner the other night, but Loren Heiny did a better job than I did. There’s more on Memeorandum.

Oh, and don’t miss the Heiny teenage podcasters! They were all over the show interviewing people. Here they interviewed Chris Barry who manages part of the Tablet PC team (five minutes). It’s a cool thing when everyone, including some teens, can be reporters at CES. They were really fun to talk with and hang out with. What a family! (I think there were eight members of the Heiny family at CES).

Comments

  1. Maybe there is a spoon after all

    There are days when I wish that I lived a little closer to where the action happens. A little closer to Silicon Alley. I’ve just been reading about the Tablet/Blogger Gathering at Scobleizer and Incremental Blogger and it sounds like an excell…

  2. Saved the day. Good show.

    Still looks pretty weak, when Microsoft doesn’t have even enough confidence to put on a formal Tablet PC Press Event. Forcing you and various other groups at the last minute chime in. Great for them, and quite noble of you, but shows how weak Tablet PC Marketing is. I mean, if can’t even rally something at CES, and have to leave it to the usual community suspects to organize something.

    I wish Peter Rysavy was still on the Tablet beat, he could articulate it far better than I ever could. But then I am long sick of the same tired storyline. Ain’t it time for a reorg there? ;)

  3. Saved the day. Good show.

    Still looks pretty weak, when Microsoft doesn’t have even enough confidence to put on a formal Tablet PC Press Event. Forcing you and various other groups at the last minute chime in. Great for them, and quite noble of you, but shows how weak Tablet PC Marketing is. I mean, if can’t even rally something at CES, and have to leave it to the usual community suspects to organize something.

    I wish Peter Rysavy was still on the Tablet beat, he could articulate it far better than I ever could. But then I am long sick of the same tired storyline. Ain’t it time for a reorg there? ;)