It’s safe to return to Twitter: The Consumer Electronics Show is mercifully winding down.
The tech trade show, which takes over Vegas once a year and attracts swarms of techies, media and agency types, has become an unstoppable force of nature, obliterating all in its path. As the week has gone on, we’ve detected that many attendees are thinking twice about their decision to “drink from the firehose” of tech. Here’s a selection of CES tweets that are really just cries for help.
Too much disruption.
No more than two nights in Vegas — max.
Just because, well, Vegas.
On second thought, the tweeting fridges are pretty interesting.
No WiFi at a giant tech event?
And forget about the cabs.
Honestly, forget about them.
Unless you’re a VC.
Too many nerds.
Way too many.
Let’s not forget the reporters who love them.
Like, really love them.
Even though they know it’s not the right thing.
And the “content,” oh God.
No, I’m serious about the content.
At least you’ll see different things on the exhibit floor.
It’s enough to make you sleepy.
Or just feel like you can’t take it anymore.
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