Classic Scoble : Getting a community online

June 20th, 2008 |
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What was Scoble up to one year ago today? Check out today’s video for a trip down memory lane.
And for more context, check out his blog, from one year ago today!

In Burlington, Vermont, 20 percent of the real-world residents have joined a new online service called Front Porch Forum. Here, you meet Michael Wood-Lewis, co-founder, and we talk about why he started the service and why it’s been so successful in his hometown. We met him at the Personal Democracy Forum, and I interviewed him at Google’s New York office.

Other posts from a year ago:
Webcasting with Interactive Video Technologies
Talking about Webcasting

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