Scoble in a suit?

You haven’t seen this before. I’m in a suit for our first WorkFast.tv show which featured Mark Bernstein, head of the Palo Alto Research Labs (where Microsoft Word and much of what became the original Macintosh was invented). We filmed this live last week. This is the show that’s done by Revision 3 under contract with FastCompany.tv (we use their studios and their employees do everything).

UPDATE: Revision 3 does the camera work, runs the studio, etc. Shel Israel plans the content and FastCompany does the sales for the show and the management.

If you watched this, what did you think?

We’ll do it again live on Friday at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. This week?

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193 thoughts on “Scoble in a suit?

  1. I love those wonderfully nice suits and I have to disagree with one of the posters. I don’t think they are anything but full of class. I’d say keep on wearing the suits just of course not all the time. Brava on the post by the way!

  2. I love those wonderfully nice suits and I have to disagree with one of the posters. I don’t think they are anything but full of class. I’d say keep on wearing the suits just of course not all the time. Brava on the post by the way!

  3. I love those wonderfully nice suits and I have to disagree with one of the posters. I don’t think they are anything but full of class. I’d say keep on wearing the suits just of course not all the time. Brava on the post by the way!

  4. I love those wonderfully nice suits and I have to disagree with one of the posters. I don’t think they are anything but full of class. I’d say keep on wearing the suits just of course not all the time. Brava on the post by the way!

  5. I like to be comfortable.

    Me too, just I like to be comfortable for $300, rather than $3,000. Heck, designer dress and casual ‘tags-still-on-them’ shirts I find all the time at the thrifts, gotta know what to look for tho, insert education here, else you will end up buying the godforsaken Croft and Barrow, George or Puritans. Wellington, Florida Goodwill best-in-world, Palm Beach never-wear-anything-twice riche-richs buy $25k summer wardrobe’s and then dump them, most never worn, $70 at Macy’s, $7 at Goodwill.

    Not against the bespoke, just don’t buy into the smug and elite tudes of such, never use the chain tailors gawd no, but saying you can BUY from them. Chaps suits on clearance sale, jacket and pants for $88, heck yes, then get it tailored, which is exactly what I did, came out 90-95% there compared to my 2 bespokes, at 90-95% price reduction. Democracy in action.

  6. I like to be comfortable.

    Me too, just I like to be comfortable for $300, rather than $3,000. Heck, designer dress and casual ‘tags-still-on-them’ shirts I find all the time at the thrifts, gotta know what to look for tho, insert education here, else you will end up buying the godforsaken Croft and Barrow, George or Puritans. Wellington, Florida Goodwill best-in-world, Palm Beach never-wear-anything-twice riche-richs buy $25k summer wardrobe’s and then dump them, most never worn, $70 at Macy’s, $7 at Goodwill.

    Not against the bespoke, just don’t buy into the smug and elite tudes of such, never use the chain tailors gawd no, but saying you can BUY from them. Chaps suits on clearance sale, jacket and pants for $88, heck yes, then get it tailored, which is exactly what I did, came out 90-95% there compared to my 2 bespokes, at 90-95% price reduction. Democracy in action.

  7. I like to be comfortable.

    Me too, just I like to be comfortable for $300, rather than $3,000. Heck, designer dress and casual ‘tags-still-on-them’ shirts I find all the time at the thrifts, gotta know what to look for tho, insert education here, else you will end up buying the godforsaken Croft and Barrow, George or Puritans. Wellington, Florida Goodwill best-in-world, Palm Beach never-wear-anything-twice riche-richs buy $25k summer wardrobe’s and then dump them, most never worn, $70 at Macy’s, $7 at Goodwill.

    Not against the bespoke, just don’t buy into the smug and elite tudes of such, never use the chain tailors gawd no, but saying you can BUY from them. Chaps suits on clearance sale, jacket and pants for $88, heck yes, then get it tailored, which is exactly what I did, came out 90-95% there compared to my 2 bespokes, at 90-95% price reduction. Democracy in action.

  8. I like to be comfortable.

    Me too, just I like to be comfortable for $300, rather than $3,000. Heck, designer dress and casual ‘tags-still-on-them’ shirts I find all the time at the thrifts, gotta know what to look for tho, insert education here, else you will end up buying the godforsaken Croft and Barrow, George or Puritans. Wellington, Florida Goodwill best-in-world, Palm Beach never-wear-anything-twice riche-richs buy $25k summer wardrobe’s and then dump them, most never worn, $70 at Macy’s, $7 at Goodwill.

    Not against the bespoke, just don’t buy into the smug and elite tudes of such, never use the chain tailors gawd no, but saying you can BUY from them. Chaps suits on clearance sale, jacket and pants for $88, heck yes, then get it tailored, which is exactly what I did, came out 90-95% there compared to my 2 bespokes, at 90-95% price reduction. Democracy in action.

  9. I like to be comfortable.

    Me too, just I like to be comfortable for $300, rather than $3,000. Heck, designer dress and casual ‘tags-still-on-them’ shirts I find all the time at the thrifts, gotta know what to look for tho, insert education here, else you will end up buying the godforsaken Croft and Barrow, George or Puritans. Wellington, Florida Goodwill best-in-world, Palm Beach never-wear-anything-twice riche-richs buy $25k summer wardrobe’s and then dump them, most never worn, $70 at Macy’s, $7 at Goodwill.

    Not against the bespoke, just don’t buy into the smug and elite tudes of such, never use the chain tailors gawd no, but saying you can BUY from them. Chaps suits on clearance sale, jacket and pants for $88, heck yes, then get it tailored, which is exactly what I did, came out 90-95% there compared to my 2 bespokes, at 90-95% price reduction. Democracy in action.

  10. @Christopher

    Well, that’s exactly why there’s a Men’s Wearhouse, Macy’s, JC Penny, Filene’s Basement, Nordstrom’s Rack, Today;s Man. For people that don’t care how their suit looks. But more important, how it feels. If I’m going be asked to suffer through wearing a suit I’m damn well going to be comfortable in it. So, I’m going to go bespoke. A bespoke suit is as comfortable as “business casual”. No wonder so many men hate to wear suits. They buy them from chain dept stores that employ barely competent tailors. Thus, you walk out with a suit that neither looks, nor feels good to wear. And if you want to go the extra mile, get a pair of custom made shoes. They will feel like slippers, and last much longer than off he rack shoes. But again, that’s just me. I like to be comfortable.

  11. @Christopher

    Well, that’s exactly why there’s a Men’s Wearhouse, Macy’s, JC Penny, Filene’s Basement, Nordstrom’s Rack, Today;s Man. For people that don’t care how their suit looks. But more important, how it feels. If I’m going be asked to suffer through wearing a suit I’m damn well going to be comfortable in it. So, I’m going to go bespoke. A bespoke suit is as comfortable as “business casual”. No wonder so many men hate to wear suits. They buy them from chain dept stores that employ barely competent tailors. Thus, you walk out with a suit that neither looks, nor feels good to wear. And if you want to go the extra mile, get a pair of custom made shoes. They will feel like slippers, and last much longer than off he rack shoes. But again, that’s just me. I like to be comfortable.

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