Microsoft's Robert Scoble was the keynote speaker at the Blog Business Summit in Seattle this morning.
At one point after Scoble's speech, during a session featuring Chris Pirillo and Marc Canter, the discussion turned to the subject of weblogs vs. more traditional forms of corporate marketing. Someone in the audience asked, essentially, if anyone in marketing at Microsoft had lost their jobs under the assumption that weblogs like Scoble's were creating a more effective connection, or conversation, between the company and the outside world.
"Not yet," Scoble answered.
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