The Day 3 podcast from CES saw the complete disintegration of the Blogging Angels’ composure, as well as a link to a porn star. But we also found time to talk about some more great products.
One more thank you to Microsoft Windows for sponsoring the Blogging Angels’ trip to Las Vegas, and for providing us with four HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7 phones to use while here.
Thanks to Blue Microphones for letting us use the not-yet-released Yeti Pro to record our CES podcasts.
And everyone but Amy attended an awesome Ladies Who Tech breakfast hosted by the Clever Girls Collective, which was the brainchild of @tech4moms and techmama, and was sponsored by Swagg. Yes, Amy regrets not going. And don’t worry, Nancy found her gift card!
By the way, @littletechgirl is an overachieving mom of TWO sets of twins. We just thought you should know that.
Rebecca invoked the name of Robin Byrd, which takes a lot of explaining (unless you grew up watching NYC Public Access TV in the 70s and 80s).
And we talked about the Samsung TV, again. We can’t help it.
And we discussed MommyTech again. A lot.
Nancy thought that David Pogue gave some good business advice about real-time sharing. However, the Angels in attendance wondered why he was giving a keynote at the MommyTech Summit when nothing he said had anything to do with moms. Or tech. Also, he was sort of funny – but not nearly as funny as he thought he was. Really.
And that’s it! Thanks for joining us at CES.