Twas the Day After Infocomm

Twas the day after Infocomm, when all through my head ran visions of pixels, all green, blue, and red. My notes were all written, the videos taken, In hopes that my memories would not be mistaken. And Sales with their quotas, Engineers with their CADs, Had just made it home for the day that’s for Dads. I logged into Windows using memory that’s flash, Emptied my registries, cleared out my cache.

On the web, CI wrote ’bout the whole darn to-do Technology, people, and all that was new. When what to my tired old eyes did appear, But RavePubs with all the best products this year.

Gary Kayye on camera, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment this must be no trick. More rapid than hoofbeats the products they came, And he pointed and shouted and called them by name. Now, Da-Lite! Now, Draper! Now, Barco and Crestron!

On, Harman! On, Cisco! On, NEC, Epson! To the screen that is tensioned, the screen on the wall. Now Zoom away, Zoom to your videocall. AV over IP!, the vendors declared. Choose direct LED, like you never have dared. Run Cat5, Cat6, and even Cat7. Turn the audio up past 10 to 11!

Past LCD, DLP, and onto OLED. PLEASE show holograms before I am dead. Now as notes are re-read from the last presentation, We know without doubt, without hesitation. It won’t be too long, but it can’t be too soon. Happy Installs to all and see you next June!