Picturing CES

So I've decided to make my next post a kind of running commentary, with lots of links and tags, in a Linux Journal Flickr set. Flickr runs on Linux, so that's one more excuse.

The Linux product visits, from yesterday, begins here. Just step through the pictures by clicking on the right thumbnail. Feel free to comment there or here.

Now I'm going to run out on the show floors and try to catch up with this very long list at our CES 2008 wiki.

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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Thanks Doc! I enjoy the views(photos and your thoughts).

Mike Roberts is a bewildered Linux Journal Reader Advisory Panelist.

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