Showing off the World Wide Talk Show to Media Bistro

Today I gave a talk which is getting lots of kudos at the Media Bistro Circus here in New York. I showed a ton of stuff including Qik, Asterpix, Seesmic, FriendFeed, Twitter, Twittervision, Dotsub, Fast Company.tv, Snackr, and Twhirl.

Allen Stern at Centernetworks filmed it and said nice things about me, which I greatly appreciate. He said “I captured his entire discussion (~15 minutes) and it’s worth watching.”

Comments

  1. Robert,

    OK – Gotta ask ya this – A Scoble show on Revision 3? What’s the plan?

    Also, if this rumour is true, I want to be the first to predict that it’s going to be MASSIVE!

    Jim Connolly
    The Tech News Blog

  2. Robert,

    OK – Gotta ask ya this – A Scoble show on Revision 3? What’s the plan?

    Also, if this rumour is true, I want to be the first to predict that it’s going to be MASSIVE!

    Jim Connolly
    The Tech News Blog

  3. Thanks Robert – I thought your talk was very good because it wasn’t really about online video at all – it was about the new online video and more importantly – discovery. And that’s where it’s at.

  4. Thanks Robert – I thought your talk was very good because it wasn’t really about online video at all – it was about the new online video and more importantly – discovery. And that’s where it’s at.

  5. I like the banner pose on the top. I’m planning to make one like that for my blog. You rock! You are the authority here.

  6. I like the banner pose on the top. I’m planning to make one like that for my blog. You rock! You are the authority here.

  7. What is Asterpix? Snackr I found recently I like. Glad your talk got a good reception. Don’t forget Minggl, which I know you’ve also talked about previously.

  8. What is Asterpix? Snackr I found recently I like. Glad your talk got a good reception. Don’t forget Minggl, which I know you’ve also talked about previously.

  9. Just your usual ‘shiny toy’ overmicrowaved oatmeal mush…anyone giving you kudos for that, should pick a new profession. I guess the hope for journalists doing proper research (again) is a lost cause, why they have Web 2.0 tinker-toys to play with, sniffing sources from Google, never needing to leave the bars.

  10. Just your usual ‘shiny toy’ overmicrowaved oatmeal mush…anyone giving you kudos for that, should pick a new profession. I guess the hope for journalists doing proper research (again) is a lost cause, why they have Web 2.0 tinker-toys to play with, sniffing sources from Google, never needing to leave the bars.

  11. What? No whiteboard with spider-web-like flowchart diagrams, showing how it all works together in some universally-uniform systematic mesh?

    I feel cheated.

    But hey, the echoooy background-noise seriously bad audio is an classic Scoble touch…not to mention the audience-view far angle, and the self-promotional Scoble and Friends usual blather.

  12. What? No whiteboard with spider-web-like flowchart diagrams, showing how it all works together in some universally-uniform systematic mesh?

    I feel cheated.

    But hey, the echoooy background-noise seriously bad audio is an classic Scoble touch…not to mention the audience-view far angle, and the self-promotional Scoble and Friends usual blather.

  13. Though it sounded egoistic, I must say that the facts are accurate.

    I for one did received Scoble’s quake tweet way before any other news source announced it almost half an hour to an hour later. It was via twitter that people who are concerned like me found twitters who were reporting from the quake zone to supply news.

    All other modes of communication like mobile phones were down at the time. Somehow, the internet stayed up, and twitter was the means through which messages were sent overseas.

  14. Though it sounded egoistic, I must say that the facts are accurate.

    I for one did received Scoble’s quake tweet way before any other news source announced it almost half an hour to an hour later. It was via twitter that people who are concerned like me found twitters who were reporting from the quake zone to supply news.

    All other modes of communication like mobile phones were down at the time. Somehow, the internet stayed up, and twitter was the means through which messages were sent overseas.

  15. Hi Guys,

    Regarding Roberts work with Rev3, I have put the following FAQ together, with Mr Scoble’s blessing:

    It’s at:
    thetechnewsblog.com

    Hope this helps!

    Jim Connolly
    The Tech News Blog

  16. Hi Guys,

    Regarding Roberts work with Rev3, I have put the following FAQ together, with Mr Scoble’s blessing:

    It’s at:
    thetechnewsblog.com

    Hope this helps!

    Jim Connolly
    The Tech News Blog

  17. @David Poon

    Sounded egotistical? Ya think??? When Scoble speaks, how can it not?

    As for Twitter, while this is certainly an interesting example of Twitter, it’s purely anecdotal. We are a LONG LONG way away from Twitter beng a reliable tool for communication given how often it is NOT functioning.

  18. @David Poon

    Sounded egotistical? Ya think??? When Scoble speaks, how can it not?

    As for Twitter, while this is certainly an interesting example of Twitter, it’s purely anecdotal. We are a LONG LONG way away from Twitter beng a reliable tool for communication given how often it is NOT functioning.

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