A few stories I’d filed earlier went up this week, lending a false sense of my output. Tomorrow, I depart for my 19th CES in a row, and even after all that experience I’m still not quite sure what I’ve signed up for.
12/30/2015: Tech fails: The year’s worst consumer gadget calamities, USA Today
My editors elected to run the column that appeared online last week in Wednesday’s print edition. Can’t lie; that’s still neat.
12/30/2015: Tip: Does That Site Really Deserve To Be An App On Your Phone?, Yahoo Tech
I’ve had this topic on my story-ideas list for a while, and now it’s finally posted.
12/30/2015; The Year in Technology Policy: It Wasn’t All That Bad!, Yahoo Tech
My latest take on this evergreen end-of-year topic found me in a better mood than usual.
12/31/2015: Tip: How to Cut Old Passwords Out Of Apple’s Keychain, Yahoo Tech
Like my other tip this week, this was something I’d had on my mind for a while.
1/1/2016: CES 2016 Survival Guide: What Newbies Need to Know, Yahoo Tech
You’ve read earlier versions of this how-to here in 2011 and 2013. This time around, I think I did a better job of monetizing my thoughts.
1/3/2016: How to read the hype of CES, USA Today
This weekend’s column takes another break from the usual tech-Q&A format to offer advice about interpreting the impending deluge of CES coverage.