Robert Scoble, Twitter, Next Generation of Journalism

November 1st, 2007

This blew my mind today.

Robert Scoble was at today’s big Google press conference with Eric Schmidt and tons of other execs, and he (via Twitter) solicited questions – in real time – from his Twitter friends for the Google folks:

Robert Scoble + Twitter

Incredible. I felt like I was really at the press conference and could ask anything, thanks to the Scoble + Twitter conduit. wow.

Update (Robert’s vantage point):


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