Even though I didn’t have time to send Christmas cards, read my daily 350+ RSS feed items, respond to all my emails, register and schedule CES events, check travel information, check weather in Las Vegas, exchange currency or do a list of many other extremely rewarding and useful tasks; I had time to create a website.
Currently operational with a few bugs, CESBlogs.com aims to create an aggregated website, feed and resource for all things CES from noted influential Microsoft bloggers. I had to convince myself I had some sort of influence, otherwise I wasn’t to allow myself on.
I will be adding more bloggers if the need arises, but I hope it will remain a selective group for obvious quality and quantity reasons. Current authors include Mary Jo Foley, Ed Bott, Josh Phillips, Robert McLaws, Brandon LeBlanc, Todd Bishops and reluctantly myself as well.
I also want to give a shout out to CESBloggers.com who is creating a more generalized group blog.
If you would like to sponsor, author, suggest a feature to CESBlogs, please email me with the contact form in my about page, or also comment on this blog post. But by the looks of it, I probably won’t be able to reply quickly, so please be patient.