Over the past week, tech evangelist Robert Scoble (he of Rackspace and Google-Glass-in-the-shower fame) was accused of sexual harassment in the past two years; following their public statements, he issued an apology on his Facebook page over the weekend. Scoble noted that he’d made efforts “to try to improve, including getting sober more than two years ago.” But he may not be trying hard enough: more women have come forward, alleging that he indulged in sexual misconduct even after he got sober. In an interview with USA Today, he said: I did some things that are really, really hurtful to…

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