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Robert Scoble’s Opinions on EmTech08

The managing director of FastCompany.tv and a conference speaker gives his thoughts.
September 25, 2008

Robert Scoble, who lead a panel discussion on Web 2.0/Web 3.0 Mashups, provides his thoughts on this year’s Emerging Technologies Conference:

Coolest thing at MIT conference is the badges?
I’m still getting around to see a bunch of cool things here in Boston as I attend the MIT Emerging Technology conference but the coolest thing just might be the badges. They are electronic devices…read more

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