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LAist Interview: Robert Scoble at Community Next in Hollywood

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Rafat Ali (left), founder of PaidContent with Robert Scoble (right) and his Nokia N95

We ran into former Microsoftee and current man and ubiquitous Web 2.0 presence Robert Scoble at Hollywood & Highland today, in front of Level 3 Nightclub, where Community Next: The Next Generation of Media and the Web is underway.

After being caught on Scobleizer's live streaming Qik-cast, we took him and his Starbucks aside and drilled him about tech in LA, the inevitable Yahoo/Microsoft outcome, whether Steve Ballmer is fit to carry on as a CEO, and much more.

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