December 3, 2011
What happens when you grow up as the son of an engineer in Silicon Valley? You get to see the first Mac prototype in 1967 – which didn’t ship for another 17 years.
Prolific author and man-about-tech-town Robert Scoble, who was with Microsoft and now leads the Startup charge at Rackspace, has always been into shiny new things. Last March he joined us as part of our Tech Cocktail Delivering Happiness interview series and shared what he loves most about his job and SXSW, how he sees chat platforms evolving, and why new platforms and devices – like the iPhone and Droid – are fueling startups. Watch the Robert Scoble video interview (below).
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