Scoble 2.0 to ship at TechCrunch 20?

Heh, our kid is due on September 17. Mike Arrington, founder of TechCrunch, thought that was a good date to hold TechCrunch 20 (I’m one of the people advising the conference). I’m not getting paid or anything for this effort, just doing it cause I see a lot of interesting companies in my work and would like to help Mike out. It’s going to be a great time to ship. Babies or companies. You choose. πŸ™‚

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34 thoughts on “Scoble 2.0 to ship at TechCrunch 20?

  1. Scoble 2.0… LOL.
    Expecting Maryam has Scoble 2.0 beta as of now πŸ˜€

    Looking forward to the public release in September.

    No blog, not on ScobleShow, NOT ON TECHMEME too… so not Web 2.0ish πŸ˜€

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  2. Scoble 2.0… LOL.
    Expecting Maryam has Scoble 2.0 beta as of now πŸ˜€

    Looking forward to the public release in September.

    No blog, not on ScobleShow, NOT ON TECHMEME too… so not Web 2.0ish πŸ˜€

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  3. There will be OTHER TechCrunch Conferences –
    but THIS baby will be a once in a lifetime gift.

    The Web 2.0 Technology of today will be primitive by the next decade –

    – but ten years from now your geek child will have read these archived blog discussions and discovered that a conference was chosen over being present during the birth….. πŸ˜•

    LOL: Welcome to the realities of the early 21st Century.

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  4. There will be OTHER TechCrunch Conferences –
    but THIS baby will be a once in a lifetime gift.

    The Web 2.0 Technology of today will be primitive by the next decade –

    – but ten years from now your geek child will have read these archived blog discussions and discovered that a conference was chosen over being present during the birth….. πŸ˜•

    LOL: Welcome to the realities of the early 21st Century.

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  5. Patrick: 1.0 is always the revolutionary one. The original. The trend setter. You know your place in the world. 2.0 has to try harder to come up to the standard you set.

    Search Engine Web #8: what the hell are you talking about? There’s no way I’m attending this conference. I thought that was clear.

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  6. Patrick: 1.0 is always the revolutionary one. The original. The trend setter. You know your place in the world. 2.0 has to try harder to come up to the standard you set.

    Search Engine Web #8: what the hell are you talking about? There’s no way I’m attending this conference. I thought that was clear.

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  7. You know, I just wonder where you slept Robert after making this post? I mean, surely Maryam has already polited asked you to be at the gold master release so she can make sure there isn’t a sequel?

    Oh and Patrick? Be happy you;re 1.0. Imagine being the one having to pay O’Reilly if a “Scoble 2.0” conference / family reunion were to happen in the future!

    (All in the best possible taste, y’understand)

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  8. You know, I just wonder where you slept Robert after making this post? I mean, surely Maryam has already polited asked you to be at the gold master release so she can make sure there isn’t a sequel?

    Oh and Patrick? Be happy you;re 1.0. Imagine being the one having to pay O’Reilly if a “Scoble 2.0” conference / family reunion were to happen in the future!

    (All in the best possible taste, y’understand)

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  9. IDEA 4 TechCrunch2.0 : Hotels have elevators.

    Commandeer one (like kids do)

    Take turns sending an entrepreneur β€œUp With An Angel”. I bet you get > 20 pitches!! πŸ™‚

    ©Kosso ;p

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  10. IDEA 4 TechCrunch2.0 : Hotels have elevators.

    Commandeer one (like kids do)

    Take turns sending an entrepreneur β€œUp With An Angel”. I bet you get > 20 pitches!! πŸ™‚

    ©Kosso ;p

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  11. Dear Mr. Scoble,

    Though I’m not a regular reader of your Blog, I’ve always come across through other web logs referring to your site.

    Had a question – How did you build your readership base and retain the same? Should the subject of your Blog be taken into account for the answer?

    Do reply, if you have some time at hand.

    Thanks!

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  12. Dear Mr. Scoble,

    Though I’m not a regular reader of your Blog, I’ve always come across through other web logs referring to your site.

    Had a question – How did you build your readership base and retain the same? Should the subject of your Blog be taken into account for the answer?

    Do reply, if you have some time at hand.

    Thanks!

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  13. photoallan: I’ve blogged almost every day for more than six years and have done thousands of things to get where I am today. But it started a long time before I even started a blog. I used to plan conferences for programmers and used to work at a computer programming magazine, which put me in touch with some really great people who build stuff that touches a lot of people’s lives.

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  14. photoallan: I’ve blogged almost every day for more than six years and have done thousands of things to get where I am today. But it started a long time before I even started a blog. I used to plan conferences for programmers and used to work at a computer programming magazine, which put me in touch with some really great people who build stuff that touches a lot of people’s lives.

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  15. Robert. I guess it all depends on whether you want to see yet more more start-ups or ever have sex again after your wife is feeling better post-Scoble2.0 launch.

    Tough choice!

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  16. Robert. I guess it all depends on whether you want to see yet more more start-ups or ever have sex again after your wife is feeling better post-Scoble2.0 launch.

    Tough choice!

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