Whenever I get to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), I get a little content crazy, as I'm consuming it aggressively while trying to put out some of my own.
Here&39;s a roundup of my own contributions if you care for a starting point:
On YouTube, I shared an animated take on Why We Go to CES:
In Advertising Age, on the Digital Next blog, I showed Why You Don&39;t Need a Tablet Marketing Agency. This was inspired by a panel I was on at Digital Hollywood – CES where we discussed both mobile and tablet advertising. If there are all these mobile marketing agencies, should there be tablet marketing shops? You can tell where I&39;m going with it from the title, but it was a fun thought piece to figure out why, and it was one of those posts where writing it clarified several things for me. I hope it does the same for others.
Over at 360i&39;s blog, I posted CES 2011 in Review in PowerPoint form, with a few highlights on the blog. You can find the slides themselves below:
On this blog, I also shared my column from MediaPost on The Social Side of CES 2011, which specifically looked at the social media relevance of CES. It includes a few examples from the slides but in a much more focused context.&0160;
Finally, you can always find my photos shared on Flickr. They&39;re embedded below as well.
Were you at CES? What did you think? And what did I miss?&0160;