I am not Matt Cutts. Heheh. (More overexposure).

Since I'm in Silicon Valley this week, working a mere mile or two from Google's headquarters (I'm sitting in Microsoft's cafeteria) I wanted to make sure no one confused me and Matt Cutts (Google's top blogger) together, so that's the shirt I'm wearing today. Thanks Matt! (great branding, by the way).

Oh, heck, enough fun and games. John Tokash pays me the best compliment about UMPCs, er, Origamis: "I missed Robert Scoble at the Faire. Too bad – I would have congratulated him in person for being absolutely right about the UMPC."

Just in case you haven't had enough of me lately, I've been making the rounds. Here's a bunch of recordings:

  1. Me and Shel Israel speaking at Microsoft Research.
  2. Me and Shel speaking at BA Ventures (we were on fire after Amazon).
  3. John Jantsch, of Duct Tape Marketing, interviewed me for his podcast.

I'm probably going to take the rest of the day off to work on Channel 9 stuff. The IE team is having a launch event tonight that I'm going to take AnandM, India's famous .NET blogger, to.

Comments

  1. [...] OK – just persuing the Scobleizer and was reading an entry he made earlier today and he mentions an IE Launch Event tonight. I’m probably going to take the rest of the day off to work on Channel 9 stuff. The IE team is having a launch event tonight that I’m going to take AnandM, India’s famous .NET blogger, to. [...]

  2. Robert,

    I’ve mentioned this before, but I think origami should have been marketed as a ‘mini-tablet’ instead of ‘UMPC’. For me the main problem is battery life, which is the only reason I wouldn’t get one.

  3. Robert,

    I’ve mentioned this before, but I think origami should have been marketed as a ‘mini-tablet’ instead of ‘UMPC’. For me the main problem is battery life, which is the only reason I wouldn’t get one.

  4. You have a really great blog here, keep up the great work. I think id have to agree with Brian Shapiro, the origami should have been marketed as a mini-tablet. It would be more appealing to a larger audience and more people undertstand what a tablet pc is compared to a UMPC. ahh well.

  5. You have a really great blog here, keep up the great work. I think id have to agree with Brian Shapiro, the origami should have been marketed as a mini-tablet. It would be more appealing to a larger audience and more people undertstand what a tablet pc is compared to a UMPC. ahh well.