Why I haven’t posted for two weeks

TechCrunch has the news tonight: Scoble to leave Fast Company.

Back in 2003 I wrote a Corporate Blogging Manifesto. Rule #13 is “don’t write if your life is in turmoil.”

It’s even harder to write when you are negotiating for stuff. But it’s really harder when you also are trying to deal with your career while continuing to do your job. This week I uploaded something like 20 videos to Fast Company TV. Whew! I am visiting as many companies as I can as quickly as I can (yesterday I saw two more, today I’m visiting another three) so that I can get a good bead on what I should build next and also to get some ideas of where to take my blog.

I’m building up quite a white board of things I’m going to do here. One thing is I’ll be moving off of WordPress.com soon to a hosted version of WordPress. That way I can really play with some of the newer plugins and widgets that I haven’t been able to use here.

Also, I’m really loving the new low-cost cameras like the Flip Mino HD, which costs about $200. Almost all of my most recent videos on Fast Company TV were shot on these low-cost cameras.

Anyway, I can’t talk about what I’m doing next yet because it’s not completely decided. I’m working on that and hope it’s in shape so we can announce something at the SXSW conference.

Oh, one thing I’ve learned over the past year, and especially this past month, is who my real friends are. Thanks to Bob Safian at Fast Company for helping guide me (I’ll still be writing a column for Fast Company thanks to him and David Lidsky, my editor). Kudos to Rocky Barbanica, who was my producer. In the past couple of weeks I’ve learned I can’t replace him by not sleeping. My editing sucks and it’s good to have someone thinking about shots, audio, and all that. Thanks to Seagate for being a dream sponsor the past two years. They did everything I asked them to do and they rarely asked me to do anything in return and they made doing hundreds of videos per year possible. Seagate deserves lots of credit for supporting the startups who always got on my show for free thanks to their sponsorship (lots of other places, like the Demo Conference, charge startups to get access to the audiences they’ve aggregated). Thanks to Brian and Julie over at Seagate for all the great support over the years we’ve been partnering together.

Well, onward, I’ll be back here more soon. Thanks!

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271 thoughts on “Why I haven’t posted for two weeks

  1. Real friends are far and few between. They say that you get to know the person the most within 5 minutes of first meeting (interactions). After that you just cant tell homey.

    They just be lots of haters out there nowadays, and really jealous ones…

    Bring it to ’em…

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  2. Real friends are far and few between. They say that you get to know the person the most within 5 minutes of first meeting (interactions). After that you just cant tell homey.

    They just be lots of haters out there nowadays, and really jealous ones…

    Bring it to ’em…

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  3. Best of luck Robert and kudos for calling out your “real friends” during times of turmoil. People’s true colors shine through when times get tough.

    Whatever is next for you will definitely be interesting to watch.

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  4. Best of luck Robert and kudos for calling out your “real friends” during times of turmoil. People’s true colors shine through when times get tough.

    Whatever is next for you will definitely be interesting to watch.

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  5. Robert, I wish you the best of luck. While I am saddened that there will no longer be Scobleizer TV, I can’t wait to hear about your new ideas. Keep us updated!

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  6. Robert, I wish you the best of luck. While I am saddened that there will no longer be Scobleizer TV, I can’t wait to hear about your new ideas. Keep us updated!

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  7. Good luck on the new way of life, Robert! Note that my doodling of you when I criticized you are long gone, so peace out!

    Maybe you could become director and start making fiction movies too, not just documentaries?

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  8. Good luck on the new way of life, Robert! Note that my doodling of you when I criticized you are long gone, so peace out!

    Maybe you could become director and start making fiction movies too, not just documentaries?

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  9. Robert, Good luck with your future endevors! I was wondering why you were so silent about Seagate lately and thought it had to do with all the problems they are (were?) having with the new drives, but we now see a glimpse of what was going on.

    If in the future you have a need for a Moose with random knowledge, some programming skill, some marketing skills and well, just lots of randomness, please contact me =)

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  10. Robert, Good luck with your future endevors! I was wondering why you were so silent about Seagate lately and thought it had to do with all the problems they are (were?) having with the new drives, but we now see a glimpse of what was going on.

    If in the future you have a need for a Moose with random knowledge, some programming skill, some marketing skills and well, just lots of randomness, please contact me =)

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  11. Good lucky scoble, I really love your blog, and you changed my mind in terms of “early adopter” :D, now I really understand what that means.

    Hope you still high quality posting, that was really matter, not how frequently.

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  12. Good lucky scoble, I really love your blog, and you changed my mind in terms of “early adopter” :D, now I really understand what that means.

    Hope you still high quality posting, that was really matter, not how frequently.

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  13. Good luck, and I hope you will keep reporting on everything everywhere out of your phone on to the Internet.

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  14. Good luck, and I hope you will keep reporting on everything everywhere out of your phone on to the Internet.

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  15. Robert: A couple years ago when we met (gee was it really 2 years since WOMConf SF?) I learned something very important from one Robert Scoble. That key piece of wisdom was in essence “Don’t be afraid to move forward, no matter what is at stake.”

    At the time you were just getting ready to kick the door open on your gig at MS. You were excited, giddy really. You were at a pretty high profile as the ubervlogger dude.

    You have now taken that whole idea and blown it out the window, creating a category of media that makes a difference with people, simply by sitting down and having conversations with you. It is an inspiration to others like me, who are tiptoeing out there in producing cool media.

    Keep learning, keep teaching, bro. I know I’ve learned a lot by watching your career and your work, and feel like “hell, if he can keep moving through his stuff, I can too.” That is an important skill and gift.

    I hope I can have you on ScottsBigMouth on RootsUpRadio.com soon. After all, I haven’t exactly nailed down the video angle of the community media work in Chicago yet, and we need to pick that huge kick-ass brain of yours for the audience’s benefit. πŸ˜‰

    Best,
    SF


    Scott Foval
    scott@foval.com
    http://www.scottsbigmouth.com
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-foval
    scott@foval.com email/IM

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  16. Robert: A couple years ago when we met (gee was it really 2 years since WOMConf SF?) I learned something very important from one Robert Scoble. That key piece of wisdom was in essence “Don’t be afraid to move forward, no matter what is at stake.”

    At the time you were just getting ready to kick the door open on your gig at MS. You were excited, giddy really. You were at a pretty high profile as the ubervlogger dude.

    You have now taken that whole idea and blown it out the window, creating a category of media that makes a difference with people, simply by sitting down and having conversations with you. It is an inspiration to others like me, who are tiptoeing out there in producing cool media.

    Keep learning, keep teaching, bro. I know I’ve learned a lot by watching your career and your work, and feel like “hell, if he can keep moving through his stuff, I can too.” That is an important skill and gift.

    I hope I can have you on ScottsBigMouth on RootsUpRadio.com soon. After all, I haven’t exactly nailed down the video angle of the community media work in Chicago yet, and we need to pick that huge kick-ass brain of yours for the audience’s benefit. πŸ˜‰

    Best,
    SF


    Scott Foval
    scott@foval.com
    http://www.scottsbigmouth.com
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-foval
    scott@foval.com email/IM

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  17. Hi Robert,
    thanks for letting us know your news, and compliments for all your good work. Doing a self hosted WordPress is fun and so simple that this caveman can do it!

    I am now working on a WPMU in Italian.
    Ciao a tutti!
    D

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  18. Hi Robert,
    thanks for letting us know your news, and compliments for all your good work. Doing a self hosted WordPress is fun and so simple that this caveman can do it!

    I am now working on a WPMU in Italian.
    Ciao a tutti!
    D

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  19. This is just my own experience and observations … but you fell off my radar when you joined FastCompany. As much as I LOVE their magazine (a subscriber) I rarely visit the website or catch FC videos. I”m sure you have outstanding content there … but it never bubbles up on my radar. One of those rare things where I enjoy the traditional platform (magazine) more than the web version. I’m connected to thousands on Twitter, and I rarely see anyone chatting about FastCompany.com or FastCompanyTV.

    That being said, I think your departure from FC will free you up to do what you do best … be that free bird advance social media/technology scout and early adopter that pops up on everyone’s radar.

    Suggestion: I know you adore Friendfeed and cannot understand why everyone isn’t as smitten as you are … but you should tweet more. It’s where so many newbies to social media begin their journey, and you scooted away before it hit its stride. Twitter dominates the news buzz cycle for good reasons. Friendfeed does not, and never will IMHO. It owes any success to Twitter, and that’s pretty much a one way street. People do not discover Friendfeed first, then discover Twitter, do they? {begin quoting Friendfeed growth rates … now:-}

    Good Luck!

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  20. This is just my own experience and observations … but you fell off my radar when you joined FastCompany. As much as I LOVE their magazine (a subscriber) I rarely visit the website or catch FC videos. I”m sure you have outstanding content there … but it never bubbles up on my radar. One of those rare things where I enjoy the traditional platform (magazine) more than the web version. I’m connected to thousands on Twitter, and I rarely see anyone chatting about FastCompany.com or FastCompanyTV.

    That being said, I think your departure from FC will free you up to do what you do best … be that free bird advance social media/technology scout and early adopter that pops up on everyone’s radar.

    Suggestion: I know you adore Friendfeed and cannot understand why everyone isn’t as smitten as you are … but you should tweet more. It’s where so many newbies to social media begin their journey, and you scooted away before it hit its stride. Twitter dominates the news buzz cycle for good reasons. Friendfeed does not, and never will IMHO. It owes any success to Twitter, and that’s pretty much a one way street. People do not discover Friendfeed first, then discover Twitter, do they? {begin quoting Friendfeed growth rates … now:-}

    Good Luck!

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  21. Ditto to what Jeff C say’s. I don’t get the whole Friendfeed “clubiness” and I think it’s a big risk to align with a site that in my opinion isn’t going anywhere having conversations with other bloggers.

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  22. Ditto to what Jeff C say’s. I don’t get the whole Friendfeed “clubiness” and I think it’s a big risk to align with a site that in my opinion isn’t going anywhere having conversations with other bloggers.

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  23. Robert~

    Thanks for all that you do for us and best of luck with whatever you decide to do next.

    Warm regards!

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  24. Robert~

    Thanks for all that you do for us and best of luck with whatever you decide to do next.

    Warm regards!

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  25. Good luck in your new ventures, whatever they may be. I’m also curious as to what will happen with FastCompany.tv, but of course that is not your call.

    One thing that you CAN clarify – as I’m looking at your blog right now, the footer lists a number of Mansueto Digital Network properties. Will the footer remain when you return to your sole role of Fast Company columnist? And am I correct in assuming that you, and not Mansueto, retain rights to the scobleizer.com domain?

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  26. Good luck in your new ventures, whatever they may be. I’m also curious as to what will happen with FastCompany.tv, but of course that is not your call.

    One thing that you CAN clarify – as I’m looking at your blog right now, the footer lists a number of Mansueto Digital Network properties. Will the footer remain when you return to your sole role of Fast Company columnist? And am I correct in assuming that you, and not Mansueto, retain rights to the scobleizer.com domain?

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  27. Robert – you exemplify the commingling of the personal and the professional. You’ve got a ton of us as fans (friends?) and we’ll be there when you land at your next gig. Looking forward to what’s next.

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  28. Robert – you exemplify the commingling of the personal and the professional. You’ve got a ton of us as fans (friends?) and we’ll be there when you land at your next gig. Looking forward to what’s next.

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  29. Wow – so much happening for you! I was wondering why there had been “radio silence” – miss your writings. Interesting to note that I have been thinking about many of the same things myself, about new opps, moving my own blog from WP.com to self-host and the little Flip Mino HD (which I might finally be getting within next couple weeks). Best of luck with all that you have going on – there are a lot of us audience members who are wishing you the very best! But with your vast skills, no doubt your next move will be at least as exciting and rewarding and probably moreso.

    Martha

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  30. Wow – so much happening for you! I was wondering why there had been “radio silence” – miss your writings. Interesting to note that I have been thinking about many of the same things myself, about new opps, moving my own blog from WP.com to self-host and the little Flip Mino HD (which I might finally be getting within next couple weeks). Best of luck with all that you have going on – there are a lot of us audience members who are wishing you the very best! But with your vast skills, no doubt your next move will be at least as exciting and rewarding and probably moreso.

    Martha

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  31. Chin up. I am sure someone needs a micro journalist or cameraphone videographer.

    Hey, I think SiliconAngle has a couple of open, unpaid positions.

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  32. Chin up. I am sure someone needs a micro journalist or cameraphone videographer.

    Hey, I think SiliconAngle has a couple of open, unpaid positions.

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  33. Scoble. — long time reader, occasional commenter. —
    I’ve noticed a lot of uncertainty and angst in people recently. People asking questions like: Am I doing what’s right? Where do I go next? Am I doing what I love? What’s my creative DNA? Where does the market go and how does that impact me?

    Good Luck.

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  34. Scoble. — long time reader, occasional commenter. —
    I’ve noticed a lot of uncertainty and angst in people recently. People asking questions like: Am I doing what’s right? Where do I go next? Am I doing what I love? What’s my creative DNA? Where does the market go and how does that impact me?

    Good Luck.

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  35. You can always come do some work for Geekazine…. πŸ˜‰ (Had to try, right?)

    Anyway – I know you will land on your feet – you probably already have.

    Good luck.

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  36. You can always come do some work for Geekazine…. πŸ˜‰ (Had to try, right?)

    Anyway – I know you will land on your feet – you probably already have.

    Good luck.

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  37. Robert –
    Good luck. This is a challenging time and I’m flat out convinced that it will be the innovators and entrepreneurs that lead the way “back” from wherever it is this is going. Your commitment an input is extremely valuable and I look forward to what you have to say at SXSW. I’ll see you there.

    And if I can help – just let me know.

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  38. Robert –
    Good luck. This is a challenging time and I’m flat out convinced that it will be the innovators and entrepreneurs that lead the way “back” from wherever it is this is going. Your commitment an input is extremely valuable and I look forward to what you have to say at SXSW. I’ll see you there.

    And if I can help – just let me know.

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  39. I’m interested to see what steps you’ll take next, Robert. I personally recommend becoming FriendFeed’s blogger/evangelist since you’re already doing an amazing job for them; might as well receive some stock in the process while you’re at it, right? Either that or join Facebook, so you and Mark may have more frequent opportunities to take walks together.

    See you at SXSW next week.

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  40. I’m interested to see what steps you’ll take next, Robert. I personally recommend becoming FriendFeed’s blogger/evangelist since you’re already doing an amazing job for them; might as well receive some stock in the process while you’re at it, right? Either that or join Facebook, so you and Mark may have more frequent opportunities to take walks together.

    See you at SXSW next week.

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  42. Good luck with everything Robert. Let us know how we can help.

    > That way I can really play with some of the newer plugins and widgets that I haven’t been able to use here.

    You are on a WordPress.com VIP account, so you can use any plugins or widgets you want here, just like self-hosted WordPress. Feel free to email me if you’d like to explore further.

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  43. Good luck with everything Robert. Let us know how we can help.

    > That way I can really play with some of the newer plugins and widgets that I haven’t been able to use here.

    You are on a WordPress.com VIP account, so you can use any plugins or widgets you want here, just like self-hosted WordPress. Feel free to email me if you’d like to explore further.

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  44. Wow! interesting. Best of luck Robert!
    Just a few weeks ago Gina Trapani from Lifehacker started a new blog, and now Scoble – these are interesting times. Looking forward to see what you come up with next.

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  45. Wow! interesting. Best of luck Robert!
    Just a few weeks ago Gina Trapani from Lifehacker started a new blog, and now Scoble – these are interesting times. Looking forward to see what you come up with next.

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  46. Hey Robert – Brian from Seagate here. From all your friends at Seagate, thank you for all your support, guidance, brainstorming sessions, belly laughs, crazy ideas, successful events and programs, and helping a 30-year-old tech company embrace social media. Thanks to Rocky as well for all he has done for us. It’s been a fun and successful partnership. I look forward to more groundbreaking things from you in the near future. All the best my friend.

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  47. Hey Robert – Brian from Seagate here. From all your friends at Seagate, thank you for all your support, guidance, brainstorming sessions, belly laughs, crazy ideas, successful events and programs, and helping a 30-year-old tech company embrace social media. Thanks to Rocky as well for all he has done for us. It’s been a fun and successful partnership. I look forward to more groundbreaking things from you in the near future. All the best my friend.

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  48. Robert,

    I hope your new venture is you — blogging. And tweeting. And feeding.

    Whatever you do, just continue to pioneer the medium. You are best when on the fly: always on, always fresh. Announcing at South By sounds like a Fast Company thing. Get back into the wind — ride the therms.

    Enjoy!…Steve

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  49. Robert,

    I hope your new venture is you — blogging. And tweeting. And feeding.

    Whatever you do, just continue to pioneer the medium. You are best when on the fly: always on, always fresh. Announcing at South By sounds like a Fast Company thing. Get back into the wind — ride the therms.

    Enjoy!…Steve

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  50. Hi Robert,

    I’m surprised, but then again, not. You talents will not go unused, I’m sure, and I’ll be looking forward to hearing all about what the next big thing will be.

    You are a huge asset to the communities you are part of. I won’t wish you luck because you are more than capable of creating that wherever you are, but I do wish you well. Excelsior!

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  51. Hi Robert,

    I’m surprised, but then again, not. You talents will not go unused, I’m sure, and I’ll be looking forward to hearing all about what the next big thing will be.

    You are a huge asset to the communities you are part of. I won’t wish you luck because you are more than capable of creating that wherever you are, but I do wish you well. Excelsior!

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  52. Love this Alan Cohen quote… It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.

    Ben Watson
    Overlay.TV

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  53. Love this Alan Cohen quote… It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.

    Ben Watson
    Overlay.TV

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  54. I’ve been impressed by what you did, even if I known so little that recently (since August). I’ve seen how you were able to keep faith in every little detail and adventure you chose to participate in.

    Yesterday, I actually thought of you and wondered about the guy interviewing that lady taking pictures of landmarks between her legs. Who took time to visit that much companies. That went to great heights and battled with the biggest heads in this digital world.

    And then you posted… anyways, a little tribute, and the best of lucks.

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  55. I’ve been impressed by what you did, even if I known so little that recently (since August). I’ve seen how you were able to keep faith in every little detail and adventure you chose to participate in.

    Yesterday, I actually thought of you and wondered about the guy interviewing that lady taking pictures of landmarks between her legs. Who took time to visit that much companies. That went to great heights and battled with the biggest heads in this digital world.

    And then you posted… anyways, a little tribute, and the best of lucks.

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  56. Buena Suerte, Roberto. Godspeed to you in your next endeavors. I will miss you in the pages of FC, and follow you to the next gig, indeed. I hope we shake hands while you are in Austin this month.

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  57. Buena Suerte, Roberto. Godspeed to you in your next endeavors. I will miss you in the pages of FC, and follow you to the next gig, indeed. I hope we shake hands while you are in Austin this month.

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  58. Robert,

    I always saw events like these as a necessary sloughing off period. Always good to shed the old skin and feel what it’s like to start afresh. Good luck and with your prolific output and work ethic, it will be interesting to see a whole new you!

    Forgive me for my love of Loren’s latest vid

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  59. Robert,

    I always saw events like these as a necessary sloughing off period. Always good to shed the old skin and feel what it’s like to start afresh. Good luck and with your prolific output and work ethic, it will be interesting to see a whole new you!

    Forgive me for my love of Loren’s latest vid

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  60. A change is as good as a holiday.

    Look forward to your ongoing passionate contribution in all that you do.

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  61. See you as SXSW. Exciting times indeed. As my friend Tom Morey once told us, it doesn’t take an expensive drum kit to play some sweet beats. Play your notes, express – the space is yours to fill.

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  62. See you as SXSW. Exciting times indeed. As my friend Tom Morey once told us, it doesn’t take an expensive drum kit to play some sweet beats. Play your notes, express – the space is yours to fill.

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  63. While video is very popular, I think your writing skills are even better. Maybe a change of pace is warranted. Thoughtful opinion pieces on the technology scene and the people who are involved from veterans to newcomers. It will also give you more time with the family.

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  64. While video is very popular, I think your writing skills are even better. Maybe a change of pace is warranted. Thoughtful opinion pieces on the technology scene and the people who are involved from veterans to newcomers. It will also give you more time with the family.

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  65. Mazel Tov! Change is good for the soul. I am confident that you will succeed (again). πŸ™‚ You were the first A-lister that I ever called and had a conversation with when you were wandering around the Washington Mall.
    mak

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  66. Mazel Tov! Change is good for the soul. I am confident that you will succeed (again). πŸ™‚ You were the first A-lister that I ever called and had a conversation with when you were wandering around the Washington Mall.
    mak

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  67. Robert, best of luck in your new adventures. Of course, you’ll succeed wildly. …Very smart Rule #13 — you’ll help a lot of people with that, I’m sure. …Given your transition, I sure hope you’ll say yes to my invite to have you back on my Gab With the Gurus Radio Show. (Emailing you now privately.)

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  68. Robert, best of luck in your new adventures. Of course, you’ll succeed wildly. …Very smart Rule #13 — you’ll help a lot of people with that, I’m sure. …Given your transition, I sure hope you’ll say yes to my invite to have you back on my Gab With the Gurus Radio Show. (Emailing you now privately.)

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  69. Robert,
    How am I going to write something inspiring for you to put on your wall at the next company if you don’t tell me where you’re going? πŸ™‚
    Sorry that you’re leaving FC – Inc. just asked me back for blogging, so you’ll see more of me there.

    Won’t see you at SXSW, but will look for you at Web 2.0.

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  70. Robert,
    How am I going to write something inspiring for you to put on your wall at the next company if you don’t tell me where you’re going? πŸ™‚
    Sorry that you’re leaving FC – Inc. just asked me back for blogging, so you’ll see more of me there.

    Won’t see you at SXSW, but will look for you at Web 2.0.

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  71. I’m not going to sugar coat this. Seagate just dumped your million dollar contract. You should get extremely drunk and spend a month hopping from bar to bar.

    The good times that let you live this lifestyle won’t be back for at least 5 years.

    Get depressed, get very depressed.

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  72. I’m not going to sugar coat this. Seagate just dumped your million dollar contract. You should get extremely drunk and spend a month hopping from bar to bar.

    The good times that let you live this lifestyle won’t be back for at least 5 years.

    Get depressed, get very depressed.

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  73. Robert: see you at SXSW next week. Just add me to the long list of folks wishing you well. That said, you’ll navigate these uncertain waters better than just about anybody I would think.

    Thanks,
    LionelatDell

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  74. Robert: see you at SXSW next week. Just add me to the long list of folks wishing you well. That said, you’ll navigate these uncertain waters better than just about anybody I would think.

    Thanks,
    LionelatDell

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  75. Always onward and upward, Robert. We’ll be with you wherever you go! (Note that I’m not saying ‘Good luck’, because I don’t really believe in “luck” πŸ™‚

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  76. Always onward and upward, Robert. We’ll be with you wherever you go! (Note that I’m not saying ‘Good luck’, because I don’t really believe in “luck” πŸ™‚

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  77. Robert- First, Chris is a moron. Second, I really did like working with you. We had a lot of fun and accomplished even more. Can you still keep a secret? I doubt it!

    Rocky-

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  78. Robert- First, Chris is a moron. Second, I really did like working with you. We had a lot of fun and accomplished even more. Can you still keep a secret? I doubt it!

    Rocky-

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  79. Your one of my fave tweeters. i hope all goes well. Forced changes have always worked out my way, with lots of worry in between. I would never got into the games industry without being fired by the lawyer (pronounced liar, lol) I worked for, and never gotten out of games in time without problems. I could go on, but I wish you all the best wishes.

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  80. Your one of my fave tweeters. i hope all goes well. Forced changes have always worked out my way, with lots of worry in between. I would never got into the games industry without being fired by the lawyer (pronounced liar, lol) I worked for, and never gotten out of games in time without problems. I could go on, but I wish you all the best wishes.

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  81. If your next endeavor is a targeted business, would love to get you blogging on Compendium Blogware. πŸ˜‰ Either way, I’ll still be reading and following. Best of luck.

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  82. If your next endeavor is a targeted business, would love to get you blogging on Compendium Blogware. πŸ˜‰ Either way, I’ll still be reading and following. Best of luck.

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  83. Great to hear from you – I had been having withdrawals. πŸ™‚ good luck. hope you still blog. this is the only tech blog i follow and i love your business and career insight also.

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  84. Great to hear from you – I had been having withdrawals. πŸ™‚ good luck. hope you still blog. this is the only tech blog i follow and i love your business and career insight also.

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  85. For two hundred thousand years social networks were simultaneously economic networks. If that were true with today’s social media, then we wouldn’t be in such a horrible mess.

    If you want to help, then I suggest you put your weight behind getting advertising distribution turned over to social media users via an open ad network. This would make companies more accountable and allow tons of people to start making money from the Internet. This would inject trust back into buying, increase consumer confidence, and rebuild the world’s economy from the ground up.

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  86. For two hundred thousand years social networks were simultaneously economic networks. If that were true with today’s social media, then we wouldn’t be in such a horrible mess.

    If you want to help, then I suggest you put your weight behind getting advertising distribution turned over to social media users via an open ad network. This would make companies more accountable and allow tons of people to start making money from the Internet. This would inject trust back into buying, increase consumer confidence, and rebuild the world’s economy from the ground up.

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  87. Thanks ,it s nice to “hear your reason where you have been not here and write some inspirations for me.however.I am glad to hear your back,and one thing ,when you get another time of turmoil,just be here ,and write some confession, with that action I am sure,Hundreds of us,will be ready to Offered you “something”hope that not much word to say here

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  88. Thanks ,it s nice to “hear your reason where you have been not here and write some inspirations for me.however.I am glad to hear your back,and one thing ,when you get another time of turmoil,just be here ,and write some confession, with that action I am sure,Hundreds of us,will be ready to Offered you “something”hope that not much word to say here

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  89. Like others, this too is one of the few blogs I follow – going to check out that camera. Hoping to hear from you again soon.

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  90. Like others, this too is one of the few blogs I follow – going to check out that camera. Hoping to hear from you again soon.

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  91. A question on the Flip Mino HD camera. How do you handle the audio for your interviews on the Flip? Was looking at getting one…….or two.

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  92. A question on the Flip Mino HD camera. How do you handle the audio for your interviews on the Flip? Was looking at getting one…….or two.

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  93. Would really like to talk to you about sponsoring and hosting your wordpress blog… but I am sure you have many similar offers (and way more than we can afford) so what’s unique about my offer? The beer is stronger up here!

    Good luck and I am serious about the offer, at least the hosting and the beer.

    William

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  94. Would really like to talk to you about sponsoring and hosting your wordpress blog… but I am sure you have many similar offers (and way more than we can afford) so what’s unique about my offer? The beer is stronger up here!

    Good luck and I am serious about the offer, at least the hosting and the beer.

    William

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  95. Not a surprise. You’re arrogant and don’t listen to your users. Mixing Twitter, Friend Feed, Scobleizer and FastCompany would never work. Your blog is your selling point and you sold it separately from FastCompany. Numerous comments on your video over blogging errors but you didn’t listen. The reason we came was your blog and it all but disappeared in the last year.

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  96. Not a surprise. You’re arrogant and don’t listen to your users. Mixing Twitter, Friend Feed, Scobleizer and FastCompany would never work. Your blog is your selling point and you sold it separately from FastCompany. Numerous comments on your video over blogging errors but you didn’t listen. The reason we came was your blog and it all but disappeared in the last year.

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