I’ve already learned a few things in the mere half a day I’ve been here. Lesson 1: Last time I was in Vegas, it was August. Turns out the weather is just a
different in January. In a freak occurrence that you can chalk up to global warming, the gulf stream, or the chilling presences of Les Moonves, Bill Gates, and Michael Dell, it’s actually twenty degrees
in Vegas today than it is in
. That = insanity. Lesson 2: It’s worth it to pay more for a nicer hotel. I’m still working on curbing my own, um,
. Lesson 3: Cabs are expensive. And/or possibly untrustworthy. I also forgot just how
this city is, especially in the harsh light of day.
Alright, none of that really has any bearing on technology—that comes later. I’ll be covering CES through Tuesday evening, so keep your eyes on Gadgetbox,