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Mark Twain

  1. American humorist, satirist, lecturer and writerSource: Wikipedia
  2. wrote Adventures of Huckleberry FinnSource: Wikipedia
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Robert Scoble

  1. American blogger, technical evangelist, and authorSource: Wikipedia
  2. best known for his popular blog ScobleizerSource: Wikipedia
  3. co-author of "Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers"Source: Wikipedia
  4. We live in a time when most people don't trust big companiesSource: Wikipedia
  5. Born on January 18, 1965Source: Wikipedia
  6. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  7. Born in New Jersey, USASource: Wikipedia
  8. Vice President of Media Development, PodTech.Network IncSource: Wikipedia
  9. joined Microsoft in May 2003Source: Wikipedia
  10. joined Podtech.net in 2006Source: Wikipedia
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Shel Israel

  1. co-author (with Robert Scoble) of "Naked Conversations, How blogs are changing the way businesses talk with customers"Source: Personal Knowledge
  2. consultant, blogger and authorSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Blogging is the center of my Global Neighbourhood and it has changed my lifeSource: Wikipedia
  4. Born in 1944Source: Personal Knowledge
  5. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USASource: Personal Knowledge
  6. has been consulting technology startups since 1982Source: Wikipedia
  7. was involved in the introduction of products like SoundBlaster, PowerPoint, Filemaker, NapsterSource: Wikipedia
  8. has a bachelor’s degree in journalismSource: Wikipedia
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Terry Pratchett

  1. best known for his Discworld seriesSource: Wikipedia
  2. started to write at the age of 13Source: Wikipedia
  3. first Discworld novel The Colour of Magic was published in 1983Source: Wikipedia
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