While most rush in to view gadgets at CES, I saunter in to see people.
Being at one with the workers, I want to see their faces, their shoes. I want to share their travails.
Last year, the outright winner of Saddest Man at CES was a hardy gentleman presenting on behalf of Sharp. He talked -- they wouldn't listen. He tried harder -- they walked by quicker.
No sooner had I pierced the doors of the South Hall today than I witnessed a candidate for this year's saddest man -- but it was woman.
This lady was … Read more