It’s not usual when I can get videos up of two companies breaking news (Ning and ClipMarks) all in the same night, but here’s the videos of ClipMarks: interview with Eric Goldstein, co-founder, and demo of ClipMarks by Eric.
I’m off to the Adobe Engage event, more later.
UPDATE: Rafe Needleman has more on ClipMarks here. TechMeme has more about ClipMarks 2.0 here.
One of the cool things I’ve seen lately is ClipMarks. You know how Del.icio.us lets you bookmark a page? Or email it around?
Well, ClipMarks does something similar, but you can point to just a paragraph on my blog, or an entry, or a photo, or anything, really.
At 5 a.m. today I’ll have a video demo up on ScobleShow.com, but in the meantime, go and check it the just released ClipMarks 2.0.
Davis Janowski has the details.
I hope you don’t miss Marc Andreessen talking about his perspective of what he’s been seeing since he started Netscape back in 1994. The good part starts at about minute 16 of the interview I did with him and Gina of Ning.
One fun part was where Marc admitted he didn’t get how big a deal the Web would be when he first saw it either.
Jeremy David says I changed his life. Just by listening to him at last week’s Northern Voice conference. I’m not always a good listener, though, just ask my wife Maryam.
In the winning friends category, I picked David Ingram up at the airport today. The lengths I’ll go to so I can get a good interview and look at some killer new technology. Izimi has it, they have a P2P app that really impressed me, even though it didn’t quite work due to flaky Wifi at the Niko hotel (not their fault).
If we were IM’ing I could share a bunch of files with you without copying them up to a server. I’ll be using this to collaborate with coworkers so they can get my video files without me needing to copy them up first (will save lots of uploading time).
The offer is still open, if you are a developer and have built something interesting (you define what that means) I want to have you on ScobleShow. Unfortunately I’m pretty much booked into April, but I’ll figure out how to sneak you onto the schedule.
I’ll even pick you up from the airport if that’d help.
No, I’m not going to Microsoft’s MVP Summit. Instead SXSW in Austin is calling my name. Anyone want to meet up?
Next Tuesday, though, Kevin Schofield will give me a tour through Microsoft’s coolest research stuff. That should be fun, considering the stance I’ve been taking for the past week here.
Ryan Stewart, me, and a bunch of other bloggers and geeks will be at Adobe today for its “Engage” event (invite required). Ryan has a few ideas of what we’ll see. Ryan writes the Universal Desktop blog, which covers rich Internet applications (read: Web sites that still work when the Wifi goes down). I subscribe to that now, so look for new posts to come to my link blog. Oh, Matt Cutts, of Google, told me last night that I read more items in Google Reader than any other human being. They can tell the difference between reading an item by hitting “J” and just hitting “read all.” He was impressed that I could read that much stuff and still keep a job. Who said I worked?