Robert and Rocky ride again at Rackspace

TechCrunch just broke the news.

We will give more details about this news today on the Gillmor Gang. That show starts at 3 p.m. Pacific Time. Join us live at http://live.twit.tv or listen to the Gillmor Gang once the recording is up for more. I’ll also be on Ustream’s “Live from the Belmont at SXSW” channel tonight after 7 p.m. Pacific Time too.

When Rackspace told me they were hiring my producer, Rocky, and wanted to hire me too, to build a new kind of community it brought back thoughts of when I was at Microsoft working with Jeff, Charles, Lenn, and a cast of others on Channel 9. That was just a few weeks ago. Since then I’ve been on a whirlwind tour so I could study a bunch of different businesses. I visited a radio station. Facebook. A lonely startup up in Bellingham, Washington that’s now broadcasting live video on the Internet about themselves. Cisco. A coworking facility outside of Seattle which is where iPhone app developer Shazam is located. And quite a few others.

When I was getting a tour of KSCO, a 10,000-watt radio station in Santa Cruz, CA, owner Michael Zwerling showed me the transmission equipment. The brands on that equipment are long forgotten, if you ever knew them, but those companies were vital to pushing our culture and our ability to communicate further.

When I walked into the Northern Voice conference in Vancouver on this tour, and saw tons of people on TweetDeck, I knew we were in the middle of yet another radical shift that would be felt for years into the future (it was this same conference where I first noticed how important the Firefox browser and other social services like Flickr, which was developed in Vancouver, would become back five years ago).

It is pretty clear that the transmission equipment of the modern age is cloud computing. Whether you study Facebook, or Salesforce, or Amazon, you can see the tectonic shifts that are underway in our industry. Look at 12seconds.tv, a small company in Santa Cruz, for instance, just a few miles from those old radio transmission towers, and you see how they are using cloud bursting technology. One of their videos gets popular? Their algorithms move that video over to Amazon and move all the traffic over to Amazon too. This lets them host on their own very inexpensive equipment but protect their service from traffic spikes that occassionally happen.

But forget about the cloud for a moment. Everywhere I look I see other shifts in how we think of the Internet.

Google Latitude showed me that a new kind of location-based service is coming that will get millions of users in just a few days and will lay the bed for a new kind of interaction with your friends and with businesses near you.

Facebook is exploding, seeing 700,000 new users per day. I call Facebook “the velcro” of the Internet because it has so many little hooks to get you involved in that community. I sat next to Randi Zuckerberg at the World Economic Forum as she could ask Facebook’s users a question and get back tens of thousands of responses in just a minute or two. What is happening there is real and is changing everything.

I look at new video communities like Seesmic, that let me interact with people in real time using my webcam. I can post video of a building burning down just as well as just me ranting and raving.

Blogs, too, continue to change and shift. New commenting engines like Disqus or JS-Kit are changing how we can hook up our separate communities together.

Finally we see what’s happening on Twitter and friendfeed and it’s clear that this new world is building the equivilent of a world-wide talk show.

Add all these things up and they got me excited about doing something new.

That new thing is called Building 43.

Why “Building 43?” Well, if you visit Google’s campus, you’ll see that the building that houses their “master plan” is Building 43 (several of its founders sit in building 43 there too). Microsoft has a building 43, too, which is where many of the developers on Windows and other things sit. I always thought that was funny that both companies had a building 43. When I asked friendfeed and Twitter for interesting building 43 stories,

http://friendfeed.com/e/1c9e5999-47ed-4e35-b4ba-e66aea424ad8/I-m-collecting-

stories-about-Microsoft-and-Google/ I learned that Google’s numbering system predates it back to when SGI had its headquarters there.

Our “Building 43,” though, is not a place. It’s not even a website. It’s a decentralized community for people fanatical about the Internet. You’ll find us on Facebook, on Twitter, on friendfeed, on Ning, and lots of other places too.

“What about your videos, Scoble?”

You’ll see me continue my videos with companies and people who are fanatical about the Internet. But you’ll also find we’re focusing our cameras on people who build Internet experiences and learn more about how they did it rather than just what they did like I’ve done for the past few years. This is getting back to my roots as well, where I like learning how to build things.

Building 43 will be a lot more than just my videos, though. It’s a community, which means it’s not about me. It’s about you and what you’re trying to build. That will become clearer as we turn on rooms in building 43.

“Why Rackspace?”

When I first met the Rackspace team (they were one of the first interviews I did at Fast Company) I came back and said “Rackspace is one of my favorite companies.” http://scobleizer.com/2008/04/09/my-favorite-company-rackspace/
That’s because they were building their headquarters in a “bad” part of town and had a vision of revitalizing the neighborhood. We are taking that same spirit to the Internet during this tough economic time. By showing more people how to build businesses and have fun on the Internet we’re going to all win.

Rackspace is also one of the few companies in the world that has touchpoints with thousands of other companies. That’s important because I can study how the Internet is changing live and, thanks to these relationships, we can present to you how these sites were built and how you can build the same features into your own business sites and blogs.

So what is “building 43?” We are on the Gillmor Gang where we talked more about what we’re building. You should listen to that and visit http://www.building43.com and sign up to be notified when we turn on the full site.

Comments

  1. Major Hayden says:

    Welcome aboard! We’re glad to have you.

  2. Major Hayden says:

    Welcome aboard! We’re glad to have you.

  3. richardwalker says:

    Congrats, Robert, this sounds exciting!

  4. Steve Rubel says:

    As someone who has known you back in those early Channel 9 days, I have to say this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you! Lots of luck. Where will you be working, from home?

  5. richardwalker says:

    Congrats, Robert, this sounds exciting!

  6. Steve Rubel says:

    As someone who has known you back in those early Channel 9 days, I have to say this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you! Lots of luck. Where will you be working, from home?

  7. Congratulations on the new role, Robert; and much kudos for doing a deal where you can take Rocky with you. Keeping great teams together is a great thing to do, so Rackspace will benefit from that big-time; but it was also a great thing to do from the perspective of being a good person.

    Cloud computing is going to be massive in the next couple of years; so it’s going to be a wild ride for you, I’m sure! Look forward to seeing your coverage of the entire cloud computing industry.

    Congrats again! This is a really exciting move, I think!

  8. Congratulations on the new role, Robert; and much kudos for doing a deal where you can take Rocky with you. Keeping great teams together is a great thing to do, so Rackspace will benefit from that big-time; but it was also a great thing to do from the perspective of being a good person.

    Cloud computing is going to be massive in the next couple of years; so it’s going to be a wild ride for you, I’m sure! Look forward to seeing your coverage of the entire cloud computing industry.

    Congrats again! This is a really exciting move, I think!

  9. j says:

    Scoble, while you are at SXSW, you should check out a small startup from Seattle just getting going…

    http://gigzee.com/sxsw

  10. j says:

    Scoble, while you are at SXSW, you should check out a small startup from Seattle just getting going…

    http://gigzee.com/sxsw

  11. Pete Quily says:

    congratulations on your new gig Robert. Nice talking with you at Northern Voice.

    Are you also going to talk about green technology at Building43?

    Will you cover technology & politics?

    If you are here’s a story you might be interested in by one of my coaching clients who’s an IT consultant. She used flickr to expose how a US senator left his website directories open to everyone including a database that was eventually found out to contain confidential donor information of thousands of people.

    http://butyoureagirl.com/2009/03/14/interview-on-rachel-maddow-show-for-norm-coleman-database/

  12. Pete Quily says:

    congratulations on your new gig Robert. Nice talking with you at Northern Voice.

    Are you also going to talk about green technology at Building43?

    Will you cover technology & politics?

    If you are here’s a story you might be interested in by one of my coaching clients who’s an IT consultant. She used flickr to expose how a US senator left his website directories open to everyone including a database that was eventually found out to contain confidential donor information of thousands of people.

    http://butyoureagirl.com/2009/03/14/interview-on-rachel-maddow-show-for-norm-coleman-database/

  13. JoeDuck says:

    Excellent – looking forward to this!

  14. JoeDuck says:

    Excellent – looking forward to this!

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  16. Tim says:

    Not to mention that 43 is also the answer to the universe. ;-)

  17. Tim says:

    Not to mention that 43 is also the answer to the universe. ;-)

  18. Daynah says:

    Robert, I’m looking forward to this! Congrats on your new project!

  19. Daynah says:

    Robert, I’m looking forward to this! Congrats on your new project!

  20. Adam Singer says:

    Best of luck to you Robert – I am sure it will be a huge success!

  21. Adam Singer says:

    Best of luck to you Robert – I am sure it will be a huge success!

  22. David Krug says:

    Good to see you landing on your feet.

  23. David Krug says:

    Good to see you landing on your feet.

  24. Amit says:

    Good luck to both of you.

  25. Amit says:

    Good luck to both of you.

  26. Bret Piatt says:

    Welcome to the Rack, you’ll fit right in!

  27. Bret Piatt says:

    Welcome to the Rack, you’ll fit right in!

  28. Peter Murray says:

    CEO of a large corporate software monopoly headhunts the genius from a garage start-up and has him develop Synapse – the worldwide media distribution network that is supposed to launch from Building 21 and take over the world, but instead gets released as open source and brings down the evil software villan. [AntiTRUST movie]

    Large corporate internet company hires the genius Rocky and Robert and has them … do something with the worldwide media distribution network … from Building 43 and take over the world …. [Real life]

  29. Peter Murray says:

    CEO of a large corporate software monopoly headhunts the genius from a garage start-up and has him develop Synapse – the worldwide media distribution network that is supposed to launch from Building 21 and take over the world, but instead gets released as open source and brings down the evil software villan. [AntiTRUST movie]

    Large corporate internet company hires the genius Rocky and Robert and has them … do something with the worldwide media distribution network … from Building 43 and take over the world …. [Real life]

  30. Bob Morris says:

    More details, please! This sounds great.

  31. Bob Morris says:

    More details, please! This sounds great.

  32. Robert, congratulations to you and Rocky!
    We know your new work with be well received!

  33. Robert, congratulations to you and Rocky!
    We know your new work with be well received!

  34. David Jagger says:

    Wow! Building 43, not much furniture, but plenty of vision.

    No problems….only opportunities. Good luck.

  35. David Jagger says:

    Wow! Building 43, not much furniture, but plenty of vision.

    No problems….only opportunities. Good luck.

  36. Glad you’re continuing to build community Robert, and back with Rocky on the team!
    I’m thinking of the sci-fi movie spoof for Halloween: “It came from Building 43!”

  37. Glad you’re continuing to build community Robert, and back with Rocky on the team!
    I’m thinking of the sci-fi movie spoof for Halloween: “It came from Building 43!”

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  39. rob friedman says:

    Building 43′s office is going to be near the food court on the upper level next to the MeetMe Cage. :)

  40. rob friedman says:

    Building 43′s office is going to be near the food court on the upper level next to the MeetMe Cage. :)

  41. rob friedman says:

    Timezone is off by an hour too?

  42. rob friedman says:

    Timezone is off by an hour too?

  43. kosso says:

    Hey Robert! This sounds like a great thing and a really great fit for someone like you. I think what I have built here with Phreadz [http://phreadz.com] could also fit with what you’re doing pretty well in quite a few ways – being ‘fanatical about the web’.
    I’ll drop you a line somewhere and fill you in. Who knows? You might see the fit too? :)
    Best of luck!
    kosso

  44. kosso says:

    Hey Robert! This sounds like a great thing and a really great fit for someone like you. I think what I have built here with Phreadz [http://phreadz.com] could also fit with what you’re doing pretty well in quite a few ways – being ‘fanatical about the web’.
    I’ll drop you a line somewhere and fill you in. Who knows? You might see the fit too? :)
    Best of luck!
    kosso

  45. great chatting with you briefly at northern voice 2009 during the rob cottingham / nancy white keynote

    i could be wrong but i don’t think adobe air even with tweetdeck will become a dominant platform for apps! as for tweetdeck, tweetgrid and others are already doing it in more lightweight and portable style

  46. great chatting with you briefly at northern voice 2009 during the rob cottingham / nancy white keynote

    i could be wrong but i don’t think adobe air even with tweetdeck will become a dominant platform for apps! as for tweetdeck, tweetgrid and others are already doing it in more lightweight and portable style

  47. paul says:

    Make something amazing

  48. paul says:

    Make something amazing

  49. Christopher Coulter says:

    So some sort of mish-mash social networking casserole, with shaky cam video, and ADD as an action verb.

    Rackspace long gone boring commodity, let they haven’t shed the price points. Short sell signal, loud as ever.

    So you will talk with Tumblr then? ;)

    http://gawker.com/347499/four-reasons-customers-hate-rackspace

  50. Christopher Coulter says:

    So some sort of mish-mash social networking casserole, with shaky cam video, and ADD as an action verb.

    Rackspace long gone boring commodity, let they haven’t shed the price points. Short sell signal, loud as ever.

    So you will talk with Tumblr then? ;)

    http://gawker.com/347499/four-reasons-customers-hate-rackspace

  51. Christopher Coulter says:

    Rackspace meet Quackspace…

  52. Christopher Coulter says:

    Rackspace meet Quackspace…

  53. Great to hear about your new gig Robert. I like that you’re going to be applying your prolific listening and interacting abilities to a business. And cloud computing is a sector that will benefit from the Scobleizer energy and perspective. Looking forward to what lies ahead.

  54. Great to hear about your new gig Robert. I like that you’re going to be applying your prolific listening and interacting abilities to a business. And cloud computing is a sector that will benefit from the Scobleizer energy and perspective. Looking forward to what lies ahead.

  55. Christopher Coulter says:

    Building 43? Poor branding already, most people would think Petty Racing and all things NASCAR.

    But too-cool-for-words “technetiumally” perfect, lightest element without a stable isotope. I mean, atomic #43, “tech-net-ium”, lightweight and unstable. That branding fits. ;)

  56. Christopher Coulter says:

    Building 43? Poor branding already, most people would think Petty Racing and all things NASCAR.

    But too-cool-for-words “technetiumally” perfect, lightest element without a stable isotope. I mean, atomic #43, “tech-net-ium”, lightweight and unstable. That branding fits. ;)

  57. Congrats, Robert! Really happy for you.

  58. Congrats, Robert! Really happy for you.

  59. steroids says:

    Congratulations on the new role, Robert; and much kudos for doing a deal where you can take Rocky with you. Keeping great teams together is a great thing to do, so Rackspace will benefit from that big-time; but it was also a great thing to do from the perspective of being a good person.

  60. steroids says:

    Congratulations on the new role, Robert; and much kudos for doing a deal where you can take Rocky with you. Keeping great teams together is a great thing to do, so Rackspace will benefit from that big-time; but it was also a great thing to do from the perspective of being a good person.

  61. Thejesh GN says:

    Good luck. Eager to see what bld43 will turn into??

  62. Thejesh GN says:

    Good luck. Eager to see what bld43 will turn into??

  63. Robert, Rocky, you guys have both come a long way, congrats on your new venture, I’m sure I’ll swing by.

  64. Robert, Rocky, you guys have both come a long way, congrats on your new venture, I’m sure I’ll swing by.

  65. Abraham D. says:

    Good job & Good luck Roberts! We are all waiting for this!

  66. Abraham D. says:

    Good job & Good luck Roberts! We are all waiting for this!

  67. Dave Ariston says:

    Who cares?

  68. Dave Ariston says:

    Who cares?

  69. insanumsanum says:

    Sounds like a great project, glhf :)

  70. insanumsanum says:

    Sounds like a great project, glhf :)

  71. DaveD says:

    “Facebook is exploding, seeing 700,000 new users per day.”

    I call BS. So, in a matter of 3 months Facebook will have new membership double the size of the United States?

    I’d love to see a link supporting this Robert.

    Oh, and congrats on the new job!

  72. DaveD says:

    “Facebook is exploding, seeing 700,000 new users per day.”

    I call BS. So, in a matter of 3 months Facebook will have new membership double the size of the United States?

    I’d love to see a link supporting this Robert.

    Oh, and congrats on the new job!

  73. Congrats on the new job Robert! A great company just got better!

  74. Congrats on the new job Robert! A great company just got better!

  75. Marc Ostrick says:

    Great hanging with you and The Dude last night. I thought our panel discussion on Ustream.tv was a mix of Bill Mahr and a Grateful Dead space jam… See you later for some more festivities!

  76. Marc Ostrick says:

    Great hanging with you and The Dude last night. I thought our panel discussion on Ustream.tv was a mix of Bill Mahr and a Grateful Dead space jam… See you later for some more festivities!

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  78. Not Thomas says:

    why are you so fat? you could stand to lose about 30 lbs.

  79. Not Thomas says:

    why are you so fat? you could stand to lose about 30 lbs.

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  81. kel kelly says:

    congrats robert! change is good. i love the name and its origin. also totally dig the building 43 logo. enjoy…

  82. kel kelly says:

    congrats robert! change is good. i love the name and its origin. also totally dig the building 43 logo. enjoy…

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  85. debbietalley says:

    Excited to learn more about Building 43, Robert! Welcome to the Rack…this time not as a visitor but as a Racker!

  86. debbietalley says:

    Excited to learn more about Building 43, Robert! Welcome to the Rack…this time not as a visitor but as a Racker!

  87. vaithees kumar says:

    Gr8 new Robert, reminds me of the early channel 9 days. btw, there is no signup option in there.

  88. vaithees kumar says:

    Gr8 new Robert, reminds me of the early channel 9 days. btw, there is no signup option in there.

  89. Congrats! Best of luck on the new project, Robert.

  90. Congrats! Best of luck on the new project, Robert.

  91. Congrats Robert. Building 43 sounds really cool. Looking forward to checking it out!

  92. Congrats Robert. Building 43 sounds really cool. Looking forward to checking it out!

  93. gambit242 says:

    What kind of gear are you using on the show? ;)

  94. gambit242 says:

    What kind of gear are you using on the show? ;)

  95. Yanik says:

    Sounds awesome Robert! Congratulations!!

  96. Yanik says:

    Sounds awesome Robert! Congratulations!!

  97. [...] rackspace? According to the scobleizer blog and this interview with Michael Arrington at techcrunch, Scobel’s decision to work for [...]

  98. [...] OK, so not exactly. But, the infamous tech journalist is taking a new job with the hosting company Rackspace and I am a long-time Rackspace client–hence he’s [...]

  99. [...] Blogger Rober Scoble joins Rackspace — His thoughts, here. [...]

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  101. Engago Team says:

    Building 43 is a community – what’s the business model? Or is the purpose to promote RackSpace?
    Maybe RackSpace needs Scoble more than Scoble needs RackSpace.
    Amazon Web Services is the challenger in the market.

    All the best with your new venture.

  102. Engago Team says:

    Building 43 is a community – what’s the business model? Or is the purpose to promote RackSpace?
    Maybe RackSpace needs Scoble more than Scoble needs RackSpace.
    Amazon Web Services is the challenger in the market.

    All the best with your new venture.

  103. Engago: the business model is to get more businesses doing more things on the Internet. If we succeed in that then everyone gets more business, including Rackspace, which will win its share of Internet hosting competitions.

  104. Engago: the business model is to get more businesses doing more things on the Internet. If we succeed in that then everyone gets more business, including Rackspace, which will win its share of Internet hosting competitions.

  105. Theresa says:

    I enjoyed this article very much for it goes over the positive aspect that technology brings to our Society. There is nothing wrong with new scientific or technologic innovations as long as we use it for good things and thus far it looks like we are having more excellent dialogues, radio communication and great two-way conversations. These dialogues, blogs, social networks, videos, business, political and citizen journalism may very well one of the answers so that we could creatively forge a better society for all. Santa Cruz is an a great place for entrepreneurs and the sharing of new ideas. Its not a surprise to see more community projects developing in that area of the United States.

  106. Theresa says:

    I enjoyed this article very much for it goes over the positive aspect that technology brings to our Society. There is nothing wrong with new scientific or technologic innovations as long as we use it for good things and thus far it looks like we are having more excellent dialogues, radio communication and great two-way conversations. These dialogues, blogs, social networks, videos, business, political and citizen journalism may very well one of the answers so that we could creatively forge a better society for all. Santa Cruz is an a great place for entrepreneurs and the sharing of new ideas. Its not a surprise to see more community projects developing in that area of the United States.

  107. Emma Large says:

    Facebook is more than just “velcro”. If Facebook were a country, it would be the 7th most populated country in the world. Here is a graphic to illustrate the point!

    http://tinyurl.com/d3fj35

    Hope you like it.

  108. Emma Large says:

    Facebook is more than just “velcro”. If Facebook were a country, it would be the 7th most populated country in the world. Here is a graphic to illustrate the point!

    http://tinyurl.com/d3fj35

    Hope you like it.

  109. Nokia 5800 says:

    Congrats on the new role, Robert!

  110. Nokia 5800 says:

    Congrats on the new role, Robert!

  111. Rob Fahrni says:

    Robert,

    Are you moving to Texas, or do you get to stay in California?

  112. Rob Fahrni says:

    Robert,

    Are you moving to Texas, or do you get to stay in California?

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  114. Bape Nerd says:

    congratulations on the new job, best of luck.

  115. Bape Nerd says:

    congratulations on the new job, best of luck.

  116. DeanM says:

    “the business model is to get more businesses doing more things on the Internet. If we succeed in that then everyone gets more business, including Rackspace, which will win its share of Internet hosting competitions.”

    Hate to break it to you, but that isn’t close to being a business model. You apparently, or maybe obviously?, have no P&L plan. Nowhere in your plan do you explain how Rackspace will make money from your heretofore money-sucking adventures. And in this economy, how you will make money is clearly the most important aspect of any business plan.

    What you describe is some high level strategy. And a fairly generic one at that. You apparently have no quantitative way of measuring how you will be successful.

    If I were management at Rackspace, it’s at this point I would start worrying if I were going to end up throwing money down a rathole in order to satisfy some web nerd’s ego. If you are serious about thinking you have a viable business model, you need to show at what point your “strategy” starts turning into money. For example, how many unwatchable videos will result in new business for RackSpace? 1:1, 10:1, 100:1? Again, if you have no clue, the you better assume RackSpace will eventually want an answer that justifies your existence. Seems this is what happened at FastCompany. Your globetrotting and lame video making wasn’t generating enough income to off set your expenses.

  117. DeanM says:

    “the business model is to get more businesses doing more things on the Internet. If we succeed in that then everyone gets more business, including Rackspace, which will win its share of Internet hosting competitions.”

    Hate to break it to you, but that isn’t close to being a business model. You apparently, or maybe obviously?, have no P&L plan. Nowhere in your plan do you explain how Rackspace will make money from your heretofore money-sucking adventures. And in this economy, how you will make money is clearly the most important aspect of any business plan.

    What you describe is some high level strategy. And a fairly generic one at that. You apparently have no quantitative way of measuring how you will be successful.

    If I were management at Rackspace, it’s at this point I would start worrying if I were going to end up throwing money down a rathole in order to satisfy some web nerd’s ego. If you are serious about thinking you have a viable business model, you need to show at what point your “strategy” starts turning into money. For example, how many unwatchable videos will result in new business for RackSpace? 1:1, 10:1, 100:1? Again, if you have no clue, the you better assume RackSpace will eventually want an answer that justifies your existence. Seems this is what happened at FastCompany. Your globetrotting and lame video making wasn’t generating enough income to off set your expenses.

  118. [...] blogger Robert Scoble recently announced he’s moving to hosting company Rackspace to work on a new video network.So if video is going to overtake text as the currency of social networks, what lessons are there [...]

  119. [...] Scoble and Rocky Barbanica my former colleagues have now been reunited and are joining Rackspace. They will be building a community –and videos –for the small business and web [...]

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