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The Five Stages of Grief at CES

There's a lot to love about CES, but there's also a lot to dread: terrible cell phone service, overpriced food, and flat-out exhaustion. So we've come up with a way to help attendees cope with it all: the five stages of grief at CES.

Taking after the Kubler-Ross model, see how to go from denial to acceptance, and check out some interesting CES stats along the way. You can see the full-size version on Flickr.

Created by Brendan Appe, Dylcia Barnhard, George O'Connor, and Kenny Rennard.

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