This is great. I was hoping for a video on this for a while. Great interview so far, lots of good informatino there.
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I'd like to see a few '2-camera' Scoble style interviews in the future.
Need to take it to the next level.
IMO, the 'Scoble Style' conversations are more effective, as oppossed to the Ken Burns or Charlie Rose style.
koorb wrote:There are times when I wish Robert did use more equipment. Like in those recent Xbox360 roundtable videos the sound was not so good. If he had of used a boom microphone that would have made the video so much better.