I've seen things you people wouldn't believe... Robots wordlessly cleaning windows under neon lights. I've watched colorful 3D printed rabbits off the Southern hall. All those moments will soon be lost in time, like smart watches in... the rain.
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DanJones, User Rank: Blogger 1/9/2014 | 5:07:13 PM
Re: Great picture report The new 3 wheeled stand-up alone scooters were actually more dangerous, way too high-powered for my liking. I basically think their should be a rule that if you are, in fact, able-bodied and able to walk around the convention center unaided then you should do that. I know its a long distance but its just gonna get worse the more people start to use a scooter or a segway.
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