By oracletechnet on Jun 11, 2006
So Robert Scoble, king of the "corporate" bloggers, has left MSFT -- for a podcasting studio, of all things. This development, according to the trade press (example), is filled with significance and meaning. But can anyone tell me what it is?
I'd be the last person to discount the importance/influence of the blogosphere, but on the other hand, let's put things in context. Scoble's blog, like most others, was chiefly devoted to his own opinions. To paraphrase an infamous but anonymous wag, "Opinions are like (belly buttons) -- everyone has one."