Any questions for Sam Sethi?

Sam Sethi is an entrepreneur, technologist (entrepologist) and consultant. Sam has worked in the IT industry for over 15 years for companies like Microsoft (strategy director in MSN UK ), Netscape, Gateway Computers and CMGi, in a variety of senior technical and marketing roles. Most recently Sam has been charged with setting up TechCrunch UK.

I’m interviewing Sam this Wednesday morning (30th Aug 2006) for a PodLeaders podcast. We will be talking about TechCrunch, the Live Web (Web 2.0) and anything else that may arise in the questions!

As always, if you have questions you’d like me to put to him, feel free to leave them in the comments and I’ll put them to him.

One thought on “Any questions for Sam Sethi?”

  1. This is a bit difficult since I don’t know Sam, but here’s some questions i’ve been thinking about that i’d love to have explored. I cruised his blog and bio, I think these are somewhat relevent.

    1) future of microformats, what will happen, what will the adoption rate be, if any?

    2) There are so many startups (and the barriers to entry are low) how many per focus area will we have? Will there be a shakeout like in 2000?

    3) If you had to invest your money in one tech company, and can’t touch it for 10 years, which one would it be? (can’t choose his own company, or one he’s partnered with).


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