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I … hurt in so many places.
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is in full effect here in Las Vegas, and I can’t even begin to describe what a wonderful, challenging and fulfilling event this has been thus far. We have three days left, and I can already easily declare this as the highlight of my professional writing career.
It isn’t just the nifty new gadgets I’m seeing, but the fact that the team at TechnoBuffalo has been, hands down, the best team I have ever worked with on a project. The energy flowing between us is amazing, and we are so incredibly pumped that content we are turning out that I’m sure other people are getting fed up with seeing us grinning from ear to ear.
The nights are long, the legs are in pain, sleep is next to none … and we love it. Every evening we head back to our rooms, promising one another that tonight is the night we get a little extra sleep, but yet here it is 2 AM and I just had the following exchange via e-mail with company president Jonathan Rettinger:
Jon – “Why aren’t we sleeping?”
Me – “Because we’re morons.”
Jon – “Fact.”
Okay, perhaps we aren’t exactly pithy, but come on, we’re punch drunk tired.
Even though we are in the midst of what is probably the most demanding week I have ever had in my writing career, we love it, and we can’t stop talking about our concepts for CES 2012. We have learned so much this year on how we can better accomplish our goals here, and we are anxious to implement them, but we sadly will have to wait for the show to roll around again.
The entire team has been amazing and is turning in some of the bes coverage possible. Please, if you are looking for any coverage of the show, stop by and check out our CES 2011 news, you won’t be disappointed.
Now, just one more article before bed …