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Scoble Family on Blogosphere

If one Scoble wasn't enough to 'rule' the blogosphere, now we have the whole Scoble family Blogging. Robert's wife Maryam already blogs at MSN Spaces and the blogosphere now witnesses the arrival of Robert's son Patrick.

Guess what the title of his blog reads. MiniScoblizer. And the tag line: "I'm the son of a 40 year old blogger you can check his blog at scobleizer.wordpress.com."

Here's what Scoble had to say about MiniScoble using Blogger:
I sense he’s just trying to be rebellious. First an iPod. Now he’s using a Google blog tool. I gotta straighten him out. He’s only 11. Imagine how rebellious he’ll be when he’s 14!!
And just in case you didn't know, Robert's brother Alex blogs too!


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