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About Robert Scoble

Robert Scoble is the founder of the Scobleizer blog. I work at Rackspace and am building a community for people fanatical about the Internet called building43. You can call me at +1-425-205-1921 or email me at scobleizer@gmail.com. There’s a really excellent about page over on Wikipedia about me. I didn’t write a single word about it, but I do watch to make sure it’s accurate.
Quintura’s New Look At Search

While Ask is copying Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo with its AskCities, Quintura has something that’s far more worthy of a Digg or TechMeme-style overhyping. It’s visual search and I saw it at the Firefox party in London last Friday, just like Ewan McIntosh did, and it’s pretty damn cool.

Microsoft Is The Worlds Greatest SEO

If you’ve been watching http://blogs.msdn.com/ which is where most of the Microsoft employees blog, you’ve seen at least a dozen mentions today of Microsoft’s new “Blend.” I only let one of these through to my Link Blog, but I was just realizing how brilliant this is.

Back From The Firefox Party…

Whew, what a day. I spent the whole day with Sam Sethi, who heads up TechCrunch UK. He showed me around the London software industry today and there’s a lot happening here.

AskCity Doesn’t Find Amsterdam

Hmmm, wonder why Google’s brand in my brain is going up and not down?

ScobleShow Wiki Updated

I love that someone updated the ScobleShow Wiki of all my archives with images.

Corporate Blog Of The Week

I should have a corporate blog of the week.

More Expos Giving Bloggers Credentials

I hear that CES this year is going to sign up bloggers as press for the first time.

Microsoft Beats Google

It’s funny, a friend told me Microsoft couldn’t innovate anymore and that Google was going to eat its lunch.

Don Dodge Talks About Blogs And Wikis

Whew, yesterday was a busy day. Three interviews. Two speeches. One London Girl Geek dinner. Two videos posted (thanks to Kevin Edwards and Michael Klinger for posting those while I’m gone).

What Will Pop The Google Bubble?

Dave Winer says we’ll know Web 2.0′s bubble is popped when Google’s stock crashes.

Google’s Clustered Searches

We’re about to leave for Cardiff, so did some quick searches on both Microsoft’s Live.com and Google.

Kathy Sierra Is Blogging Better Than You

Kathy Sierra is one of my favorite writers and her post on why Web 2.0 is more than a buzzword is a good place to start.

Talk About Google OS!

The tech blogosphere was getting boring for the past few minutes so Emre Sokullu and Richard MacManus saves us from the hell of boredom by talking about the Google OS.

YouTube’s Huge Marketing Success

Brad Baldwin of Rocky Mountain Voices was hanging out with me and told me about this story.

Blog Rumor Dangers

The rumor game can mislead a lot of people.

Webshots Adds Video

Thomas Hawk reports that two services added video to their service offerings (Vizrea and Webshots). I talked with Webshots execs and it sounds very cool. I’m off to check it out.

Interviewing TailRanks Founder

Speaking of all this TechMeme horsey business today I’m taking my camcorder over to chat with Kevin Burton, founder of TechMeme competitor TailRank.

Duncan Riley leaves B5 Media

I was just over at Robyn Tippins blog. She blogs for B5 Media and reports that Duncan Riley, vice president of development for B5 Media has left B5.

Mystery Blogger in Intels Blogger Challenge

So, the secret is out, I was the mystery blogger over on the Intel blogger challenge.

Cool WordPress.com Feature

I just learned about this recently. Did you know you can go to:

Beet.TV Has “Chattering Video Wall”

Heheh, this is scary.

It’s Zune Time

It’s Zune day. Despite my being harsh, two Zunes arrived tonight for me to play with.

Retrevo And Scoble Tests Out Microsoft Zune

So, what should I do with the two Zunes today to test them out?

Bill Gates Says Were Back In A Bubble

Hmmm, Bill Gates is reported to have said “we’re back kind of in Internet-bubble era in terms of people thinking: OK, traffic. We want traffic. We want traffic. There are still some areas where it is unclear what’s going to come out of that.”