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Ning visit on TV

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Brian Shields from KRON showed up at the Ning visit with a TV camera. Video is here (in Windows Media format only).


February 21, 2006 8:56 PM

I am miffed at missing out on an opportunity to hog the TV face time, showing up only in the background a few times, and for not realizing the tall bald guy was Marc Andreeson. Yoz is probably even more miffed at having his name mispelled and looking as if he drank a few too many Jolt colas that morning ;)

"Jos Graham"
February 22, 2006 11:01 AM

Hey, thanks for posting that, Adam! I'd completely missed it. Time to mail Brian and tease him about my naming - assuming I can stop jerking about long enough to keep my hands on the keyboard, that is. ..

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