10 thoughts on “Seth Godin flips my funnel

  1. “What if, what if, we just tell Houston that there is no life on Mars? Then we just take it for ourselves! We, no listen! We can rule! I can be the king, Doc Searls can be the toilet fixer, Seth Godin and Esther Dyson can be the Spiritual Advisors and Dan Gillmor…has passed out.”

  2. “What if, what if, we just tell Houston that there is no life on Mars? Then we just take it for ourselves! We, no listen! We can rule! I can be the king, Doc Searls can be the toilet fixer, Seth Godin and Esther Dyson can be the Spiritual Advisors and Dan Gillmor…has passed out.”

  3. Oh great Scoble – can you please, please, PLEASE say something that isn’t self-serving, egotistical fluff? As near as I can tell you’re the most prolific blogger out there but from what I’ve seen so far you spend most of your time name dropping, telling us how important you are, or repeating other people’s ideas. How about blessing us with an original thought and earning your vaulted position?

  4. Oh great Scoble – can you please, please, PLEASE say something that isn’t self-serving, egotistical fluff? As near as I can tell you’re the most prolific blogger out there but from what I’ve seen so far you spend most of your time name dropping, telling us how important you are, or repeating other people’s ideas. How about blessing us with an original thought and earning your vaulted position?

  5. john: believe it or not, I can’t read everything on the Internet. I thought he just posted it on January 29th. I was in Switzerland being distracted by a conference.

  6. john: believe it or not, I can’t read everything on the Internet. I thought he just posted it on January 29th. I was in Switzerland being distracted by a conference.

  7. You should have read his ebook before he cited you. Having listened to a number of my presentations I would suggest, as a non-geek, that your arguments would be strengthened by reference to non-tech examples.

  8. You should have read his ebook before he cited you. Having listened to a number of my presentations I would suggest, as a non-geek, that your arguments would be strengthened by reference to non-tech examples.

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