I just discovered a new feature of Firefox that I love. You can right click on any web page and choose "Show Keyword Density" and type in any keyword or phrase, and instantly see a nice keyword density report that covers Title, Meta keywords, Body, Headers, Links, Bold, and Meta description. Having this functionality embedded in the browser will be a real time saver for SEO-saavy web designers and copywriters. Kudos to the person that added this feature to Firefox.
If you weren't lucky enough to get to CES, or if you missed some of the keynote speeches, you've got to spend an hour or two reading the transcripts. Here are the links: Bill Gates 2006 CES transcript Howard Stringer, Sony CEO, 2006 CES transcript Paul Otellini, Intel CEO, 2006 CES transcript (PDF format)