By LCI’s Robin Carr and David Landis
2020 and the first part of 2021 will go down in history as a year that changed everything. The pandemic hit, the economy took a decided downturn and any kind of event you could imagine couldn’t happen in real life.
That meant that this month one of tech’s – and America’s – biggest events, CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, had to go virtual.
The question is: did it work?
To answer that query, Landis Communications Inc. asked eminent vlogger Zennie Abraham (who has covered CES for 11 years) his thoughts.
Our takeaways from Zennie?
“There was no there there.”
And, “Why not instead set up the Las Vegas Convention Center as a true virtual reality?”
See for yourself with Zennie’s latest video – and please comment below:
Zennie Abraham is CEO of Zennie62Media,Inc., which just finished its 11th CES as a media brand. Zennie62Media consists of a coordinated network of 98 blogs and hundreds of online and social media platforms created for various purposes and remade into a network in 2012.
Zennie Abraham’s YouTube Channel:
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