How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

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Happy 161st Birthday, Nikola Tesla

My greetings to Nikola Tesla, with some additional museum and movie news, on Huffington Post.

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My Original iPhone Reviews, 2007

Me and my still-working original iPhone from 2007

Today is the 10th anniversary of Apple’s iPhone going on sale. Back in June/July 2007, I waited online overnight at the Fifth Avenue Apple store in Manhattan for my original iPhone, then covered it the SEVEN times, including two separate pieces for Laptop magazine. None are currently available online, however; either these reviews are no longer available on the sites for the which they were originally written, or the publications have disappeared into the digital dustbin (sigh). So, here are PDFs of my original copy.

Back in June/July 2007, I waited overnight on line at the Fifth Avenue Apple store in Manhattan for my original iPhone, then wrote about it the SEVEN times, including two separate pieces for Laptop magazine. None of these stories are currently available online, however; either these reviews have aged-out on the sites for the which they were originally written, or the publications have disappeared into the digital dustbin (sigh). So, here are PDFs of my original copy.

None of these original articles are currently available online, however; either they’re too old for the which they were originally written, or the publications have disappeared into the digital dustbin of history(sigh). So, instead of links, here are PDFs of my original stories.

Sometimes it’s fun to revisit views of now iconic events.

Original Laptop Review

Follow-up Laptop “Deconstruction”

Digital Trends

DVICE.com (then SciFi.com)

The Perfect Vision

E-Gear

Consumers Digest

The Best

 

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CES at 50: Lessons Still Not Learned

CES at 50: Lessons Still Not Learned

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50th Anniversary of CES

The first CES took place June 25-28, 1967, and I wrote numerous (admittedly similar) pieces about it for:

TWICE – CES Turns 50

Sound & Vision – CES at 50: From Humble Origins to Global Showcase

Dealerscope – CES: The Summer of Love and the First CES

Huffington Post – CES: Previewing the Future for 50 Years

CTA i3 Blog – Happy Birthday, CES!

DTC Digital Riff blog – CES at 50: Lessons Still Not Learned

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The Current War: Edison v. Tesla Comes To Hollywood

Benedict Cumberbatch as Thomas Edison, electrocuting animals in an attempt to establish his direct current (DC) to be the electricity standard vs. Tesla’s AC in a new Oscar-bait movie due just before Christmas. Read all about it in this CTA i3 blog post here.

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Why Automation Fears Are Misplaced

Why Automation Fears Are Misplaced

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Where Old TVs Go to Live

Here’s my story on Huff Post all about my visit to the Early TV Museum in Hilliard, OH.

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Different Looks at AI, Security/Privacy and eSports

Different Looks at AI, Security/Privacy and eSports

A spring preview of the fall IFA 2017 show.

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The Day Radio Died

The day the U.S. entered World War I a century ago, April 6, 1917, Woodrow Wilson also ended all amateur radio broadcasting in America for more than two years. I told this story on the CTA i3 Blog, which you can read here, and how the ban birthed the modern consumer electronics industry.

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