November 14, 2012

Online Life Is About Killing the Noise

Robert Scoble, Scobleizer


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George Takei believes its his right to make sure every single message he posts to Facebook gets through to his fans’ screens. Jason Calacanis says that Facebook is in a bad war with George Takei. I told Jason he’s wrong. What we’re really in is a war on noise.

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