The best part of Engadget’s coverage was the live blogging…. I helped out doing photos for the Google and Intel press events. It was a blast, and the coverage is getting major kudos.
It’s so great to be part of such a hard-working, fun-loving, team like the one we have at Engadget. We had a blast this year, and tonight we’ll be hosting dinner for our 15 bloggers who are really enjoying the feeling of having done the best coverage of CES–EVER! We did over 100 posts a day and we had millions of page views… Michael Dell told us he reads the site everyday, the videos we did came out great… I’m just so jazzed up.
Having AOL backing us up has really helped us to take our game to a whole new level. Special thanks to our friends in Dulles and NYC who promoted and supported us during this very intense time.
Next: I’m off to Sundance with the Cinematical team!!! (Note to self: I love my life… I get to go to all the cool events and hang with all these talented people–it really is amazing, I’m blessed).
Oh yeah… someone interviewed me for their podcast:
- Live coverage of Bill Gates CES keynote
- Live coverage of Sony’s Sir Howard Stringer
- Live from Yahoo’s keynote with Tom Cruise
- Live coverage of Google Keynote with Robin Williams
- Backstage at the Google press conference
- Live coverage of the Panasonic press event
- Live coverage of the Philips press event
- Live at the Sony press preview
- Live coverage of the XM press event: Highlight reel, but Snoop ain’t in da house
- Live coverage of the Sharp press event
- Live at Samsung’s press event
- TiVo cancels press preso for informal product demos
- Liiv coverage of Intel’s keynote
- Live coverage of Visteon’s car-dockable GBA systemAudiovox’s press event
- Live coverage of HANNSpree’s press event