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October 10, 2006 / jnolen

Jonathan and Mike on the ScobleShow

Last time Mike was in San Francisco, we drove down to the PodTech offices in San Mateo to do a short interview with Robert Scoble, formerly of Microsoft.

I've been reading Scoble's blog for quite a while, and have learned a lot from his advocacy of corporate transparency — through blogs or other means. It's one of the reasons that I am happy to be working at Atlassian, where we work to be as transparent as possible.

Scoble interviewed us for about 20 minutes about the wiki market, what it means to sell enterprise software, about doing a startup outside the US. We saved about 10 minutes for a demo (which has yet to be posted). Mike did most of the talking, but I show up a few times in the middle. And since this is my blog, you get a screenshot of me. Click on my smiling face to watch the whole thing.

One Comment

  1. kristan / Oct 12 2006 2:15 am

    Ok, so the video was pausing for stretches too long for my attention span to stick around more than the first couple minutes. I didn’t get to the you part, but I’m sure you were great. This also marks the official first time I’ve checked out any Mike stuff (and did some more reading on Atlassian in general)and I can see why you wanted to work for Atlassian in the first place. I dream about the day that I wake up wanting to go to work and truly care about what I’m doing. I’m getting closer, and I have to say that watching you and our friends find good places to be is a huge inspiration.
    Hope to see you again soon, friend.
    And by the way, this picture of your smiling face is the Jonathan we all know and love.
    You might want to work on your poker-face sometime, though, in case you ever need it. ;)

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