countdown begins

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There’s only a few more ScobleShows before it closes forever. If you missed the news and my reaction last month, it’s worth recapping that Rocky Barbanica and yours truly are leaving PodTech (our last day is January 14th) and then we won’t be doing any more ScobleShows (old ones will stay up for your viewing pleasure. Translation: Google still brings a huge amount of traffic). We’ll have something new to announce on January 16th, but in the meantime we’ve been busy cleaning the pantry and bringing some fun “final shows” to you.

Here’s one, with Mike Butcher who runs TechCrunch UK. The sun never sets on Mike Arrington’s empire now.

Anyway, it’s been quite a run. Thank you to Seagate, my sponsor last year, we got hundreds of interviews and millions of viewers. Every company who got on my show for free should send them a thank you note for helping you get the word out and for covering my expenses and keeping me from charging a dime (compare that to leading industry conferences who charge you $18,000 to get on stage).

Seagate is also sponsoring next week’s CES BlogHaus which has about 500 people signed up for it, yikes! Here’s highlights from last year’s CES BlogHaus.

For the rest of the show we’re sponsored by AMD which is enabling us to do live streaming video starting tomorrow at 2 p.m. from Doug Englebart’s house and next week at CES.

Thank you to both of my sponsors. I really appreciate the support you’ve given me and PodTech and it won’t be forgotten.

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