It’s snow day for Cuban to pick on BusinessWeek

Ahh, Microsofties won’t get to work today. Snow days, like what Seattle is seeing today (thanks Jeff Sandquist for the pictures), is something that never happens in Silicon Valley. I remember the last time it snowed in Silicon Valley. March 16, 1976. Total on ground? Maybe 1/8th of an inch. But it was a big enough deal that I remember it. I was in sixth grade.

Anyone catch Mark Cuban’s expose of BusinessWeek’s “journalism?” That’s blogging at its best and why anyone quoted in the press should have a blog.

Anyway, enjoy your snow day Microsofties! Maryam and I are off to London. More when we arrive. I’ll be off email and out of contact until tomorrow, probably. We don’t have our cell phones on while here in Europe, sorry. Email is it. robertscoble@hotmail.com.

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As Startup Liaison for Rackspace, the Open Cloud Computing Company, Scoble travels the world looking for what's happening on the bleeding edge of technology for Rackspace's startup program. He's interviewed thousands of executives and technology innovators and reports what he learns in books ("The Age of Context," a book coauthored with Forbes author Shel Israel, has been released at http://amzn.to/AgeOfContext ), YouTube, and many social media sites where he's followed by millions of people. Best place to watch me is on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RobertScoble

Comments

  1. Did it snow in the Valley earlier this year? I was flying from San Diego from ETech up to SF, and we saw snow (probably about as much as 76). It was damn cold at the airport as well.

    Rich

  2. Did it snow in the Valley earlier this year? I was flying from San Diego from ETech up to SF, and we saw snow (probably about as much as 76). It was damn cold at the airport as well.

    Rich