The Cast of Dads has been on a bit of a vacation recently – the reality is, we’ve all been so busy that our little “baby” (Cast of Dads) has become a bit neglected. But we promise to get back on track! To get things going again, we actually did do a video podcast at CES 2011. Unfortunately it was only a 3/5ths of the Cast of Dads as Brad Powell and Max Kalehoff were not at the show. But we did have our first guest ever and it was none other than Dave Delaney (a dad as well) of Griffin Technology.
I had never met CC Chapman in person so this was a great tradeshow for me personally. Both Jeff Sass and I were brought to CES by Intel as part of the Intel Advisors program, and consequently, Intel provided us an area to do our podcast. We recorded both a video and audio podcast, both of which you can find below. The post can also be found on the Cast of Dads website.
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Here are some of the topics we covered in this special CES episode:
- Creating content with new gadgets
- CC’s book Content Rules (affiliate link)
- Kodak EasyShare Sport (Waterproof camera)
- The thoroughly modern “senior” blogger, Millie Garfield
- The Dell Inspiron Duo
- The Samsung Slider Tablet
- The Griffin LightBoard
- Sony NEX-5 Cameras (my review)
- Bringing Toys to life with cool Intel technology (my post on some Intel CES items)
- And much more!
Here is the entire podcast filmed in the upper level of the Intel booth at CES 2011:
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Cast of Dads is a group of podcasting and blogging dads who gather to gab about fatherhood. The cast of dads includes C.C. Chapman , Jeffrey Sass , Max Kalehoff , Michael Sheehan , and Brad Powell , who collectively represent 13 kids from the youngest of babies to full grown adults. Each of them brings a unique perspective to being a father.
Disclosure Text: I am part of the “Intel Advisor” program and am compensated and/or receive other value from Intel to attend events on their behalf, including the 2011 CES show. My opinions about Intel and my writing are entirely my own and not those of Intel, nor subject to their editorial approval. Also, I have a material connection because I received a gift or sample of a product for consideration in preparing to write this content. I was/am not expected to return this item or gift after my review period. More information can be found in my About page as well as here.
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