Below is a recent interview by Robert Scoble of David Sacks, founder and CEO of Geni, discussing the past, present, and future of Geni. Enjoy!
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Who knew? I’m a closet genealogy nut… My wife thinks its funny, but hey, at least I have a new hobby now, thanks to Geni. Its just too easy to start building out your family tree with this website….
I would like to see this but after I hit play, it’s stuck on buffering. I have a good internet connection and tried both last night and today. Is it available to watch on another website? Thanks in advance for your help.
This is from 2007 and is handled by Robert Scoble. It’s his video, apparently. I don’t know of any other place it would be.
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