ConceptShare wows, Compete tracks on ScobleShow

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Someone is working late at night cause a bunch of my videos just got posted by Rocky. I love Rocky. I don’t know what I’d do without him. He’s so much faster and more creative than any other editor I’ve worked with so far. And I had no idea he was a software engineer for something like 15 years before getting sick of that and going back to film school (someone else hired him for me and I didn’t even see his resume before we started working together).

See, we don’t really have a posting schedule for ScobleShow. We just try to ship at least one video a day. Sometimes we do more. Like today.

But there’s some really interesting ones here.

First, don’t miss ConceptShare. I filmed them earlier this week at Mix. This is my favorite app from the Under the Radar Office 2.0 conference that was held recently. Lets you collaborate with designers. Then I have two videos up with Compete.com‘s David Cancel, co-founder and CTO. Compete does web traffic analysis for free. So if you want to see how your blog stacks up, go check out Compete but in the meantime check out our interview and the demo that David did.

Oh, and in the ConceptShare video can you recognize SmugMug CEO Don MacAskill? How about Microsoft evangelist Tim Sneath? Or ZDNet blogger Dan Farber? Or Microsoft’s Beth Goza?

In the video you’ll also catch they announced some news: ConceptNation, a community of designers.

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Demo of Compete.com:

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Disclaimer: my show is sponsored by Seagate. No one else pays to be on my show.

13 thoughts on “ConceptShare wows, Compete tracks on ScobleShow

  1. Equipment wasn’t the only thing, but yeah, maybe I was the jumping gun, too touchy. Anyways, carry on.

  2. Equipment wasn’t the only thing, but yeah, maybe I was the jumping gun, too touchy. Anyways, carry on.

  3. Christopher: you were good, and I’m not gonna get into it here but I’m VERY happy with Rocky and he doesn’t have any more equipment than you did.

  4. Christopher: you were good, and I’m not gonna get into it here but I’m VERY happy with Rocky and he doesn’t have any more equipment than you did.

  5. He’s so much faster and more creative than any other editor I’ve worked with so far.

    I know you didn’t quite mean it as a slag, but hrrmph, so my 80-90 hour work weeks counted for nothing? Podtech wasn’t really setup for video then too, so much more I coulda done, but that’s a story best unsaid. And it’s still one camera interviewish, outta frame shots. But water over a bridge…

  6. He’s so much faster and more creative than any other editor I’ve worked with so far.

    I know you didn’t quite mean it as a slag, but hrrmph, so my 80-90 hour work weeks counted for nothing? Podtech wasn’t really setup for video then too, so much more I coulda done, but that’s a story best unsaid. And it’s still one camera interviewish, outta frame shots. But water over a bridge…

  7. Is it just me or do three video previews like this pretty much use up 100 percent of your CPU? (Without hitting play on any of them). That’s both on Linux and OS X (haven’t tried Windows). I don’t know what is going on with these things, but whatever they are doing is in a pretty tight loop.

    (Of course I’m thankfull that they play just about everywhere I try and play them…. but something isn’t quite right about the implementation.)

  8. Is it just me or do three video previews like this pretty much use up 100 percent of your CPU? (Without hitting play on any of them). That’s both on Linux and OS X (haven’t tried Windows). I don’t know what is going on with these things, but whatever they are doing is in a pretty tight loop.

    (Of course I’m thankfull that they play just about everywhere I try and play them…. but something isn’t quite right about the implementation.)

  9. Thanks for the props, Bossman-
    I have to say it would never be possible without Kevin Edwards and Michael Klinger-

    Thanks fellas-

    Rocky-

  10. Thanks for the props, Bossman-
    I have to say it would never be possible without Kevin Edwards and Michael Klinger-

    Thanks fellas-

    Rocky-

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