Dare’s right about Facebook Beacon

One of the things I sorta tried to ignore over the past week has been the hubub about Facebook’s new advertising strategy. But it’s gotten too loud to ignore. This is evil. I’d write more, but Dare Obasanjo says it better than I could.

Facebook: rethink this feature and make it a LOT more clear about when things will share your buying behavior (and controllable).


The future of ScobleShow?

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I’ve been thinking a lot about my future, which is one reason I’ve slowed down my posting, Twittering, reading, and all that. The other reason being this cute kid who keeps smiling at me which is a lot more fun than being online.

Anyway, one technology that really impressed me is Mogulus, a company that lets you do your own streaming video show from your bedroom if you want (competes with Ustream.tv and Justin.tv, but has a lot more features that serious TV stations will want). Mogulus is the company that streamed the NewTeeVee conference. Right after that conference Mogulus’ CEO, Max Haot, came to my house to show me how they did it. If you’re wanting to see the future of TV, this is it so far and Max goes into depth about the whole process and sets up a TV studio in Patrick’s (my 13-year-old son) bedroom.

Is this the future of ScobleShow? Hmmm, Chris Pirillo better watch out! 🙂