Being Scoble

Being Scoble

TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington’s observations of how his uber-socially networked friend Robert Scoble parses his time nowadays raises some valid questions about achieving the right the balance of ingredients for growing and monetizing one’s personal brand. Is it through more thoughtful editorial output, a wider (but admittedly thinner) digital footprint, or the attraction of legions of […]

Extreme Blog Makeover

Extreme Blog Makeover

I like Scoble’s new home. No, not Fast Company, but the extreme homepage makeover that the FC’s web design team created for Scobelizer. It’s nicely organized, pleasant to look at, and has many of the cool apps, widgets and communities that Scoble loves to extol through his multitudinous channels: “More and more of my time […]

Scobleizer vs. Micropersuader

Scobleizer vs. Micropersuader

The beauty of the blogosphere lies in the diversity of opinion one can find…with the right search engine, of course. Two widely divergent POVs emerged today on the subject of search, and specifically the revamp of blog search’s big brand name — Technorati. A-list bloggers, the Scobleizer and the Microspersuader, seemed quite at odds on […]