BugLabs.net's really cool reconfigurable gadget in depth

Wow. Wow. Wow.

If you like playing with electronics you’ll WANT one of these.

Introducing BugLabs.net’s BUG. Here’s BugLabs’ founder/CEO Peter Semmelhack and marketing guy Jeremy Toeman showing off the devices ind epth.

I filmed three videos there yesterday. If you want to get an idea of what BUG can do, this should about cover it.

Video one, introduction.
Video two, final shipping plastic.
Video three, open hardware.

If you’re a geek you MUST WATCH this series of videos.

By the way, these were filmed with my cell phone, a Nokia N95 (I wasn’t planning on running into Peter, so didn’t have my professional camera with me).

Proof that bloggers can't predict anything in tech

OK, there were only a few bloggers on this panel (Kara Swisher, Rob Hof, and me), but lots of famous journalists from Wall Street Journal, Business Week, CNBC, and Forbes. All trying their hardest to give predictions of what’s coming next year in tech.

In a separate video this panel took questions from the audience, which mostly made up hundreds of PR folks in Silicon Valley.

Of course I was only half joking in this headline. Kara and Rob did a much better job than I did (they should, Kara works for DowJones and Rob works for BusinessWeek) and the panel was a lot of fun. Hopefully I didn’t say too many things that’ll show up on Valleywag over the weekend.

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