The Internet Explorer team released a new version which includes our new RSS platform. We posted a new video with the team up on Channel 9 (and that links to all the important stuff). Thanks Charles Torre for getting this up. Dave Winer promptly posted his thoughts. We were promptly Slashdotted.
In other news…
TDavid reacts to my request for bloggers to make it easier to deal with them in email. Says that he doesn’t like email. Oh, neither do I, neither do I, but sometimes there are times when I need to get ahold of you privately and not in chat rooms or blog comments (and not via Skype or MSN Messenger either). What else is left? Email.
Oh, Marc Canter, you’re so funny! All I have to do is snap my fingers, huh? Truth is I’d jump if Marc told me to too. We’re all jumpy. I see that JD, over on Marc’s blog, left a comment about audience participation via little clickers. Oh, the first time I saw that done was at CNET’s Builder.com Live conference. Not sure who came up with that idea, but Dan Shafer, the guy who ran that conference liked those. Anytime someone got too commercial you’d hear tons of little clicks. It was even funnier if the speaker wasn’t in on the feedback mechanism. Then it turned into a game. Click. Click. Click. Click. 🙂
I’m in NJ right now, leaving to fly to Geneva soon.
Hello from gate B9. I’ll soon be getting on Continental Airlines CO 1580 X to Newark. Then onto Geneva Switzerland. So, I won’t be reachable today.
Anyway, I’m using my new Cingular wireless card to download a bunch of podcasts. Got any podcasts I should consider?
The Podcast Network has a gadget show. I listened to the first few minutes and it sounds worth getting the rest of the show.
Rob Greenlee has a new mobile podcast blog. He’s been doing Internet radio for longer than I’ve been blogging and is always a favorite.
Carly Fiorina gave a talk at MIT. She used to run HP. Even if I don’t agree with how she ran the place, I bet I might learn something from her.The Invisible Hand Podcast has a weekly podcast devoted to management thinking and other business topics and this week he interviewed my co-author Shel Israel.
Landed.fm has an interview with Geoffrey Colvin, senior editor at large of Fortune Magazine.
I’ll download some more traditional ones like from IT Conversations, Leo Laporte, Chris Pirillo, and John Furrier to catch up on what the top tech podcasters have been doing.
What podcasts are you listening to?
Is search done yet? Quick, find a list of 100 bloggers. Now, quick, tell me what their email addresses are.
You can find mine pretty easily. Just go to Google or MSN or Yahoo and type:
And you’ll find it within the first few links. Why? Cause I put my email on my home page. It’s amazing how hard many bloggers make it to find their email address. I should just be able to go to your home page and search for the @ character and find your email address.
But, this all got me thinking. What if we could get things into search engines? What if we could just post one post with all the stuff you’d want to appear in Google or MSN or Yahoo for when people search for your name? Wouldn’t that be cool? I think so. It’d let me get some sleep.
Oh, and if you think I have a deep rolodex? You’d be confusing me with Buzz Bruggeman. I’d rather just find you in a search engine. If I can’t find your email address in a search engine? Well, then, I can’t invite you to cool things, can I?
Here’s my post for the search engines:
Robert Scoble’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Scoble’s cell phone: 425-205-1921
Robert Scoble’s mailing address: 1 Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052
Robert Scoble’s birthday: 1/18/1965
Robert Scoble’s best friend: Dave Winer
Robert Scoble’s significant other: Maryam Ghaemmaghami (married November 2, 2002).
Robert Scoble’s offspring: Patrick Scoble (born January 14, 1994).
What else should we put into the search engines? Yeah, I’m doing this just to see what’ll happen on my search query. By the way, have you searched for your name lately on Google? They’ve been displaying more stuff lately.