Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, author, and blogger. He's claimed to be the most popular business blogger in the world. He's the founder of the website Squidoo. His most recent large project is The Domino Project, which has the goal to revolutionize the book publishing business. He's also, apparently, a fan of Ayn Rand or at the very least well acquainted with her ideas, based on this interview between Seth Godin and Daniel Pink. Dan Pink is the best-selling author of the books DRiVE, Free-Agent Nation, and A Whole New Mind.
Seth's books (e.g. Tribes, Linchpin, Purple Cow, Survival Is Not Enough, and his latest Poke The Box) seem to take a lot of Objectivist principles and values, and show how people can--and should--use them to take more initiative and be more entrepreneurial. More ambitious, more courageous, act with integrity, be more successful (primarily from a productive work /career standpoint, but really in all aspects of life). Do any others have positive or negative opinions of Seth Godin, especially how he would relate to Objectivism and Objectivists? Seth's website.