Jan 12, 2013
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The biggest problem with CES is that it’s not HempCon
Dump your cash reserves into R&D to bring us insane materials we’ve never thought of, not the “make the screen bigger” department. If you don’t have anything new to sell, just tell us that last year’s model is still perfectly OK. Try to squeeze a DJ into a subwoofer. Shoot an iPad out of a cannon or invite a chorus of third graders to sing your corporate theme tones.

The biggest problem with CES is that it’s not HempCon

Dump your cash reserves into R&D to bring us insane materials we’ve never thought of, not the “make the screen bigger” department. If you don’t have anything new to sell, just tell us that last year’s model is still perfectly OK. Try to squeeze a DJ into a subwoofer. Shoot an iPad out of a cannon or invite a chorus of third graders to sing your corporate theme tones.
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