Watch the debates with geeks

Dan Farber, Steve Gillmor, Andrew Keen, Keith Teare and I are watching the presidential YouTube/CNN debates together. Watch us live as we react. Where are we? At Mike Arrington’s house (he’s not here, but Heather, TechCrunch’s CEO is here). We’re filming for Gillmor’s Bad Sinatra.

UPDATE: John Edwards is streaming live on Ustream.tv.

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Robert Scoble

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Comments

  1. Robert,

    Since Andrew is there, be sure to do some crowdsourcing … ask your twitter followers questions/get the chat room active/get something dugg etc….

    (can you get the sense I don’t agree with Andrew’s recent book or position…)

    Have fun! See you Wednesday on the MeshWalk (I’m doing prep stuff so probably will miss much of the debates).

    Shannon

  2. Robert,

    Since Andrew is there, be sure to do some crowdsourcing … ask your twitter followers questions/get the chat room active/get something dugg etc….

    (can you get the sense I don’t agree with Andrew’s recent book or position…)

    Have fun! See you Wednesday on the MeshWalk (I’m doing prep stuff so probably will miss much of the debates).

    Shannon

  3. That was a good debate. I liked that questions came straight from voters.

    We’re going to be streaming political cartoons that are drawn during the debates starting later this year. I think that will be enlightening, too.

  4. That was a good debate. I liked that questions came straight from voters.

    We’re going to be streaming political cartoons that are drawn during the debates starting later this year. I think that will be enlightening, too.

  5. People are supposed to watch Scoble watch TV/Streaming media to see the expression on his face?

    The drama, the drama….

    No matter. Matt is still available, and has close to a year at Copernic desktop search under his belt. Copernic is no 2 bit operation, NASDAQ: CNIC. He’s a good guy and a better programmer than anybody you currently have working for you. He just had a little disagreement with them. The offer we have is iffy, please call us if you can sign for a year and lock it out. Fast, efficient, serious and wicked good like the rest of our coders. I promise, and guarantee it.

  6. People are supposed to watch Scoble watch TV/Streaming media to see the expression on his face?

    The drama, the drama….

    No matter. Matt is still available, and has close to a year at Copernic desktop search under his belt. Copernic is no 2 bit operation, NASDAQ: CNIC. He’s a good guy and a better programmer than anybody you currently have working for you. He just had a little disagreement with them. The offer we have is iffy, please call us if you can sign for a year and lock it out. Fast, efficient, serious and wicked good like the rest of our coders. I promise, and guarantee it.

  7. At long last they’re begining to talk about Foreign Relations again !!! Now is the time to see how we as a nation can pull together to get our allies on our side again. Now is the time to re-examine our old enemies, to see if one day we can call them allies.
    Mytchell Mora

  8. At long last they’re begining to talk about Foreign Relations again !!! Now is the time to see how we as a nation can pull together to get our allies on our side again. Now is the time to re-examine our old enemies, to see if one day we can call them allies.
    Mytchell Mora

  9. @6 …and B. Hussein Obama’s answer to the question on if he would meet with the most heinous dictators in the world, without precondition, if he were President shows that while he may be articulate, he’s naive and a moron.

  10. @6 …and B. Hussein Obama’s answer to the question on if he would meet with the most heinous dictators in the world, without precondition, if he were President shows that while he may be articulate, he’s naive and a moron.