Message to the PR community trying to arrange appointments at the Consumer Electronics show:
I am not going to CES as the result of switching jobs in November when I became editor-in-chief of Design News. I had signed up to go to CES as editor-in-chief of Electronic Business. In my new capacity, I will not be attending. I have been innudated with requests for appointments as I'm sure hundreds if not thousands of editors and writers have who been granted CES press credentials.
However, I welcome all the companies who contacted me to come by our Waltham, Mass. office.
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