Schadenfreude

Silicon Valley Facials | March 17, 2006

Following Valleywag’s facial comparison of Steve Ballmer and Harrison Ford, I find it inevitable to extend the feature to our most beloved/loathed Web 2.0 personalities. Feel free to submit your own comparisons based on your personal judgement in the comments section.

We begin at the top of the pile―here’s Jason Calacanis:

Calacanis and Depp - two drops of water?

Enrique Iglesias, at a 71 percent match. Not-so-honorable mentions: Sigourney Weaver, Nat King Cole and Kajol.

Scoble’s up, and you won’t guess it. Johnny fucking Depp. I thought MyHeritage‘s technology was decent? Micheal Arrington must’ve covered it (on that note, look below).

Scobleizer and Depp - two drops of water?

Even if facial-recognition technology doesn’t agree, we all know a certain Oscar-nominated actor shares the most striking resemblance.

Surprisingly, Malcolm X sits in a good fifth place in the Scobleizer Look-Alike Challenge™. Other not-so-honorable mentions: Alex Ferguson, Colin Powell and Gerhard Schröder.

Micheal “TechCrunch” Arrington’s turn.

Arrington and John Rawls - two drops of water?

American philosopher John Rawls! Not-so-honorable mentions: BB King, Woody Harrelson and Patrick Stewart.

Another Arrington shot reveals his similarity to Anette Benning, among other females.

That’ll be it for now. I’m getting dizzy.

Send your suggestions and contributions to dravlah@gmail.com or submit a comment below.


6 Comments »

  1. Scoble = Johnny Depp = Alex Ferguson = Malcolm X… That’s just wrong… Looking forward to seeing some more though!

    Comment by Stu — March 20, 2006 @ 3:15 am

  2. Mena Trott and Dawn French. Follow the link for evidence.

    Comment by Simon — May 31, 2006 @ 8:38 am

  3. i haven’t been on the silicon valley but i would really love to visit that place. i bet that it is a very exciting place to visit :”;

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