So I was planning on posting this whole SLEW of information from CES. I've got reviews, I've got video, you name it. I skipped town Wednesday morning to fly back to San Francisco to meet with a new client. Well, I wasn't feeling too hot on Thursday, and by mid-afternoon, I had a fever of 102, and I was totally wasted. I had to bail on the rest of my meeting the next day, and fly home early... clearing my ears every 5 minutes and blowing my nose almost that often. I spent the rest of the weekend popping Advil, DayQuil, and ColdEze like they were candy. Unfortunately I leave to meet with another client tomorrow, so I'm trying to rest up as much as humanly possible before then.
But I'm definitely not the only one:
Next year I hope to get one of those BuzzCorps CES Survival Kits, with the Airborne and the hand stuff in it, so I can start prepping early. (Speaking of Airborne, am I the only one that finds the whole "created by a schoolteacher" thing a bit dubious? I mean, what she a chemist too? Otherwise, how does having a teaching certificate qualify a person to make a homeopathic immune system booster?)