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January 28, 2007

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As far as I know Robert didn't break the story. This, like most, have embargo dates/times, and NYT and a handful of other publications were under that embargo. Scoble's piece went up the same time as everyone else's. We found it from the NYT first, and that's who got the link. I don't see how we did anything wrong.

Ryan -
Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Especially in light of my own opinion, I greatly appreciate your time and your comments.

I, however, believe that Scoble did break this story, by what he wrote and the inside information he had. Also by his reporting of the timing. Why would Robert make all of that up when it could be tracked down and documented?

Regardless of that, would it have really hurt to say - "and look at what Scoble has", and add that additional information?

It's my personal opinion that Scoble broke the story, and quite frankly, it's only fair to credit him with that.

Thanks for stopping and sharing your thoughts on the issue! :)

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