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Up until then, I'd been annoyed at this other protective case + ring for apple iphone xs max - black scallop Ben Rubin, Seemingly out of nowhere, this guy using my name became the talk of the tech world because he was the founder and CEO of Meerkat, which lets people live-broadcast videos right from their phones, Meerkat became a breakout hit at this year's South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, Now the two-month-old startup is getting even more attention as it battles Periscope, a similar app from Twitter, For me, things started innocently enough, At first, a few friends and colleagues would inquire playfully, "Hey, you know you have the same name as that Meerkat guy, right?""No, damn it, he has my name!" I'd say, working hard to convey my disdain over the interloper..

Then my Google search for "Ben Rubin" (something I check almost hourly) became overwhelmed with a torrent of Meerkat stories. After that, some smarty-pants public relations rep sent me an email with the subject line: "Congratulations on your new funding round.."This was getting out of hand. I realized I needed to meet Ben Rubin and set the record straight that I am the real Ben Rubin. I got my chance this past week at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York. But, before I confronted the more-famous me, I knew I needed some help. I contacted The Verge's Silicon Valley editor Casey Newton.

Newton wrote a story in March titled, "I, Casey Newton, interviewed a man named Casey Newton about his startup," in which he, Casey Newton, talks to a startup CEO named Casey Newton, He also wrote a story about Ben Rubin (not me) and Meerkat that, fittingly, published on my birthday, If Newton couldn't help me, no one could, "I would definitely say do a little bit of homework," Newton told me last week about preparing for my big interview, When I pressed him for specifics, he responded, "I would find out his full name -- his first, middle and protective case + ring for apple iphone xs max - black scallop last, And then I would chant it seven times into the mirror and see if anything happens."Armed with a handful of invaluable tips like that one, I felt ready to confront the other Ben Rubin at Disrupt..

Meerkat's Ben Rubin first had an onstage interview and then appeared live on Fox Business, all from the Manhattan Center. Now it was my turn for the interview. But before I could say anything, Ben Rubin was already walking right over to me, his outstretched arm holding a bouquet of a dozen red roses. "These are for you!" he said. Roses? No one ever gave me roses, let alone a guy named Ben Rubin. I suddenly realized how wrong I was. It ends up the other Ben Rubin -- as Newton had warned me -- is a bubbly, funny guy who was more than happy to welcome another Ben Rubin into his life.