I’m no economist, but the big crowds and buoyant atmosphere around CES certainly seemed like a good sign for the business, if not the rest of the economy, and a welcome change from last year’s somber gathering. It almost didn’t matter that all three of the trends at the show – 3DTV, e-book readers and tablet PCs – were almost certainly being oversold in terms of their near-term consumer appeal. It felt good to see people hyping stuff again.
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