Category: 2010 Consumer electronics show

September 30th–Last day to register for 2011 CES (Consumer Electronic Show)

[ 0 ] September 17, 2010 |

Don”t Miss your chance to see the latest in Consumer Electronics–For Free!

ces_logoStill Blonde small My Staff and I attend this show every year!  We review the latest products and trends for Women over 45 and our younger friends.  Never attended?  Consider it.  It’s a great get-away from the Winter Blahs and the show gets better each and every year!  Check out one of our 2010 coverage.  2010 CES coverage from Still Blonde after all these YEARS!

No other show comes close to the global reach and influence of the International CES®. It’s the big draw for more key decision makers, more entrepreneurs and more flagship companies.

Thousands of deal-making opportunities and 20,000 product launches are waiting for you.

ALL FREE when you register by September 30! Register FREE. Use priority code LC1.
Save time, miles and money!

Get immediate access to partners across the supply chain without ever crossing a time zone. Discover the hot growth markets for every demographic and industry. Hold meetings, finalize deals and make new connections. All in one trip.

Experience innovations in 15 product areas!

Check out the new TechZones: Access on the Go, Broadband Communications and Connected Home Appliances, as well as the ever-popular Sustainable Planet, iLounge Pavilion, EHX@CES and more.

Immerse yourself in disruptive media from 7,000 content professionals. And educate yourself in more than 300 conference sessions led by 900 experts from across the consumer electronics industry.

Register by September 30, save $100!

Time’s running out to skip the preshow registration fee, so act now! Get inside the show that arms you with information, inspiration and opportunity this January.

Blogmania Sponsor: Ceiva Digital Photo Frame

[ 1 ] September 3, 2010 |

Featuring Ceiva Digital Photo Frame-2010 Blogmania Sponsor


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Ceiva Digital Photo Frame to be Featured! On September 15 & 16, Ceiva,  the inventor of connected digital photo frames is offering a great package for our entrants during Blogmania 2010.  Ceiva is providing a Prize Package containing a CeivaShare Digital Frame with optional  wifi and one year picture plan valued at $159!

Here’s some more information from Ceiva:

Share Your Holiday Memories with the Magic of CEIVA Digital Photo Frame™

For the Holidays, do something special and different for you loved one! When New Years rolls around, you can still be connected!  Give the gift that will keep you connected to them once the New Year rolls around.  Automatically and magically share photographs of friends and family using a CEIVA® digital photo frame. This year, “CEIVAbrate” the holidays, by starting  a grouping of connected photo connected  frames involving your  friends and family.

How to Give CEIVA Digital Photo Frame as a Gift

This holiday season, you’ll rejoice because you can take advantage of CEIVA’S Digital Photo Frame multipack discounts and  offers.  Registering your CEIVA frames and preloading  them with photos  from family events and special times with friends is simple.  It’s so fun because your loved one will all stay closely connected throught the  receiving and sharing of photos and personal notations  throughout the year.

How the Ceiva Digital Photo Frame Works

You can share on Ceiva through your smart phone, email, Facebook and other sources.  With  unlimited photo storage account via, plus photo customization apps, and the possibility  to send deliver written greetings – straight to your grouping of CEIVA frames –thorughout the year.  Your CEIVA digital Photo Frames has a PicturePlan Lifetime Warranty, where your frame will be fixed or replaced for the duration of your CEIVA service.  Also, Everyone can linkup by either Wi-Fi, Ethernet or telephone  (helps  those without computers,  like grandma!).  Members can invite anyone else to forward photos  to their frame, plus the sender will get a free photo storage account at, they’ll receive this even if they do not own a Ceiva frame.  CEIVA’S  has a U.S. based 24-7  toll-free Customer Care number at 1-877.692.3482.

How to Get the Ceiva Digital Photo Frame Connected

Your Loved one  will be happy to know that CEIVA Customer Care is available to assist customers  full time, even during the holidays!   The 3-step connection guide is easy, even for grandpa:  1) Just Register the Frame, 2) Then Set-up the frame, and 3) Finally Get connected.   Ater you are connected, family and friends can share photos all throughout the holidays and over the year.  So, begin your “CEIVAbration” for the holidays via CEIVA Connected Photo Frames!  Visit
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Sing2Learn Review

[ 0 ] July 22, 2010 |

Fun. Effective. Powerful.  A great way to learn Foreign Languages

(Posted by Technical Editor: W. Zurek)


Women over 45, Learn a Foreign Language through Singing!

Sing2Learn combines three innovative methods to make learning easy, fun, and interesting: Sing2Learn, Sing2Pattern, and Sing2Picture. Sing2Learn uses singing to make the learning process fun and easy. Learners mimic what they hear with very little stress or mental processing. Sing2Pattern allows learners to create hundreds of sentences from simple sentence patterns and syllable patterns. Sing2imageture uses the power of visualization to enhance learners’ memorization skills through visually stimulating graphics.  All of the songs are 100% original and they emphasize simplicity, clarity, and a comfortable pace for easy learning, and are creative — which makes it fun and easy to learn.

Watch the video, Have some fun!

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Sing2Learn is just what it says.  You are learning while you are singing.  Now we all know how we remember the most trivial songs, tv jingles, and radio ads that are set to music.  I’ll bet you can still sing the Big Mac song–”2 all Beef Patties…”  or how about  the Brady Bunch theme  “Here’s the story, of a lovely Lady,….”.   So you can certainly see why the Sing2Learn concept was very interesting to me when I first viewed it at the CES.

Christopher Boyd Brewer in his book Music and Learning says that music can help us learn because it will–

  • establish a positive learning state
  • create a desired atmosphere
  • build a sense of anticipation
  • energize learning activities
  • change brain wave states
  • focus concentration
  • increase attention
  • improve memory
  • facilitate a multisensory learning experience
  • release tension
  • enhance imagination
  • align groups
  • develop rapport
  • provide inspiration and motivation
  • add an element of fun
  • accentuate theme-oriented units

When you couple your knowledge of how music that you have learned has STUCK with you through the years with clear research on the Music and learning concepts–who can argue that a child or a Women over 45 can learn a foreign language or at the very least the common phrases with Sing2Learn?!

Visit Sing2Learn at or on Facebook

Stereovision s3d pc PCs at the Tipping Point

[ 0 ] May 27, 2010 |

Jon Peddie Research says S3D PCs will thrive if there is good content to feed demand


There just might be a stereovision PC in your Christmas stocking this year.  Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry’s research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia just completed an in-depth look at the emerging Stereo 3D (S3D) PC market. Titled, “Stereovision in PCs,” The report finds that the S3D market is poised for rapid growth in the immediate future. Close to one million dedicated S3D PCs will ship in 2010. That number will grow to 75 million by 2014 as S3D becomes ubiquitous.
 JPR S3D shipment data

 Table 1: Growth rates from 2010 to 2014
Although most PCs will be S3D capable due to the GPUs that are in them, not all PCs will be S3D PCs because they need a special monitor, glasses, and appropriate content. However, S3D PCs will be very attractive to several important market segments.
JPR’s report provides forecasts for the unit sales of the seven major applications that will take advantage of S3D on the PC:

1.      PC: Games
2.      Blu-ray DVD movies
3.      Streaming TV (IP TV)
4.      Photo-editing
5.      Home video editing
6.      Streaming video (from YouTube and other sites)
7.      Professional graphics (CAD and visualization)

“Gaming will be the vehicle for kick-starting the S3D PC market,” said Jon Peddie. “The gaming segment has the largest inventory of content and the most vocal enthusiasts who will spread the word and show their friends and families what it looks like and what it can do.”
Pricing and Availability
The JPR S3D PC Market Study is available for $2,995.   Women over 45 take note–in a couple of years, this will be the technology that you will have to stand outside of TARGET for before Christmas!  You might as well be informed about it now!
Blog Note:  Chief Blonde did not receive compensation or product for this post.  Information provided by the company.