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October 24, 2007

LinkedIn Q&A Event | Confessions of Fake Steve Jobs


On November 6th, LinkedIn is hosting a live Q&A session with Dan Lyons (a.k.a. “Fake Steve Jobs”). I will be the moderator of the event. It is open to all although seating is limited. Click here to learn more. Click here to RSVP. I’ve never interviewed a “fake” before, so this will be fun!

Date & Time: November 6 @ 6 pm
Computer History Museum
Mountain View, California


What's up with all these "fake" people, there is fake balmer, jobs and a few others... if your life is so boring, you need to change it, not assume another persons persona.

I find this whole thing quite silly.


Hey, Guy.

Why the change in the RSS view? Now all the RSS post reveals is a couple of lines and an invitation to visit your site.

[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Now I know visits, ratings, and Technorati scores are fun, but please don't sell out principle, passion and credibility to monitizing. Ultimately, success and respect is not about the money.

Day in Portland, OR

Why would you want to elevate this guy? Sheesh.

How do we know that this is a real event?
That it is really Guy Kawasaki there?
That we are not hearing from a Fake "Fake Steve Jobs" character?

Once the trust is gone the slope is very slippery indeed.


If a marketer lied and no one heard, did he really lie?


Can't attend event, I hope you will post a video from event in this blog.

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