Two people have notified me about the new company Geni, founded by former PayPal Executive David Sacks, that plans to \”create a family tree of the whole world.\”
TechCrunch has a post about Geni today and there are already 17 comments on it, including from some pretty smart readers.
In an effort to focus my time and attention on one company for the next few years, I have decided to change the title of my blog from Paul Allen: Internet Entrepreneur to Paul Allen: Internet Genealogy.
I have been blogging for more than 3 years. I think I have made about 750 posts during that time, many of them about internet marketing, entrepreneurship, angel investing, the success of Google and other popular web sites, and other such topics.
Someday I\’ll probably write a book for entrepreneurs. And someday I\’ll probably change the focus of my blog back to entrepreneurship.
World Vital Records officially launched its affiliate program this week with the most generous commissions in the genealogy industry.
I believe we are the first genealogy company to offer recurring revenue for affiliates when a subscriber renews their subscription. I know that many genealogy affiliates have wanted this for a long time.
Here are the details from Brad Pace, who manages our new genealogy affiliate program.