Om Malik and iLike on ScobleShow

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Om Malik is one of my favorite bloggers and I’m very happy to have him on the ScobleShow today. In the interview you’ll learn how he earned the title “GigaOm” from his mom and he gives his view on what makes a good blog. “Respect people’s time,” is his top advice.

Also on the ScobleShow is a killer new music service, iLike. Meet iLike’s CEO, Ali Partovi, and get a demo of what makes iLike a great service.

Oh, and thanks to Theresa Valdez Klein who paid me a great compliment on the Blog Business Summit blog: “I’m not just kissing Scoble’s ass when I say this-the questions he asked Senator Edwards were better framed and delivered than any that I’ve heard a reporter ask a political figure in a long time. He cut right through the bullshit and got some straight answers out of a politician. I congratulate him for that.”

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63 thoughts on “Om Malik and iLike on ScobleShow

  1. In comment #20, Scoble said, “Ordinary: usually when people say “A list blogger” they mean that you’re on the top 100 list over at Technorati (out of 55 million blogs). But sometimes they just mean you’re a jerk and arrogant.”

    Hmm, where in that statement is a distinction being made?
    :-)

    j/k

    Happy New Year Robert – I don’t think that I’ve said that to you yet.

  2. In comment #20, Scoble said, “Ordinary: usually when people say “A list blogger” they mean that you’re on the top 100 list over at Technorati (out of 55 million blogs). But sometimes they just mean you’re a jerk and arrogant.”

    Hmm, where in that statement is a distinction being made?
    :-)

    j/k

    Happy New Year Robert – I don’t think that I’ve said that to you yet.

  3. The one probing question I would have liked to have heard asked that NO journalist ever asks a Presidential candidate (or any candidate, for that matter) was: “Mr. Edwards, have you read The Constitution?

    Ahhh, Edwards is the lawyer-ooze type, so he might pass that test more than most. Good ole, #12 and the Revolution of 1800…per se. But Edwards, might hafta pay special attention to Article II part 4. ;)

    Tho try that on “History Teacher” Newt Gingrich and he will practically relive the 15/23 Resolves and Article IIish Madison vs. Hamilton debates for yah. :) Really tho, Benjamin Franklin’s plea for prayer, in the middle of it all, saved this country. Rich history, but ‘Angel in the Whirlwind’ indeed.

  4. The one probing question I would have liked to have heard asked that NO journalist ever asks a Presidential candidate (or any candidate, for that matter) was: “Mr. Edwards, have you read The Constitution?

    Ahhh, Edwards is the lawyer-ooze type, so he might pass that test more than most. Good ole, #12 and the Revolution of 1800…per se. But Edwards, might hafta pay special attention to Article II part 4. ;)

    Tho try that on “History Teacher” Newt Gingrich and he will practically relive the 15/23 Resolves and Article IIish Madison vs. Hamilton debates for yah. :) Really tho, Benjamin Franklin’s plea for prayer, in the middle of it all, saved this country. Rich history, but ‘Angel in the Whirlwind’ indeed.

  5. Thanks for the 2nd explanation.
    Since you already have a big link (“Visit PodTech.net”) that does the same thing as the circles, I think the circles are rather unnecessary.

    In general, if you need such a small icon, it would be better to use the favicon for PodTech because it isn’t confusing at all.

  6. Thanks for the 2nd explanation.
    Since you already have a big link (“Visit PodTech.net”) that does the same thing as the circles, I think the circles are rather unnecessary.

    In general, if you need such a small icon, it would be better to use the favicon for PodTech because it isn’t confusing at all.

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  8. Hi all, it’s great to see the feedback on PodTech’s new video player. Our team at Vestal Design developed the player over the last few months, communicating closely with the engineering team at PodTech. I’d be happy to answer any questions at jeff@vestaldesign.com.

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