I'm starting my coverage of the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as is my duty as a blogger with access to such events. Currently, I'm sitting on the couch at Colony 264 biding my time until 4:30 AM rolls around and we leave for the airport. I'll be flying from Rochester, NY (ROC) through Atlanta, GA (ATL) and on to Las Vegas, NV (LAS) on AirTran airlines with a group of friends loosely associated with RIT's Information Technology Student Organization (ITSO).
I'll be attending CES under the guise of an editor for our radio show, It's So Tech. Hopefully, the radio station here (WITR) will grant me a press pass or something similar so that I won't have any trouble getting into the keynotes that I didn't get tickets to.
Currently I've got tickets to the Larry Page keynote on Friday and the Bill Gates keynote tomorrow afternoon. I'm expecting the Larry Page keynote to be fairly interesting because of the recent rumors circulating around a Google PC. As much as I doubt that there'll be a Google PC, I'd love to see such a thing.
More news coming soon.