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Special GeneaBloggers Radio Episode – Live Call In Show with Geni CEO Noah Tutak


GeneaBloggers Radio – Episode 31

Monday, August 22, 2011
9pm-10:00pm Eastern US
8-9:00pm Central US
7-8:00pm Mountain US
6-7:00pm Pacific US

Join us for a special episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Monday, August 22, 2011 starting at 9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 7pm Mountain and 6pm Pacific with host Thomas MacEntee. This week our show is entitled Live Call In Show with Geni CEO Noah Tutak. We’ll be discussing some of the recent changes to how Geni works for both their free (Basic) users and their paid (Pro) users as well as the reaction to such changes. We’ll also open up the phone lines so you can discuss some of these issues and talk with Noah about Geni and the recent changes. Don’t miss this important community discussion not just about Geni but the concept of a collaborative world family tree to share research information.

Noah Tutak
Noah Tutak

Noah Tutak, CEO of Geni, joined Geni as a user on launch day in January, 2007 and joined the Geni team shortly thereafter. Through Geni he has discovered and met a number of new cousins from all over the world, including members of the Geni community and other Geni employees. Noah was born in Los Angeles and has a degree in Math and Computer Science from Cal State University, Northridge.


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12 thoughts on “Special GeneaBloggers Radio Episode – Live Call In Show with Geni CEO Noah Tutak

  1. These are available to listen to after-the-fact, right? 8pm is perpetually impossible for me, but I’d like to catch this one tomorrow morning if I can. The more we talk about this, the more interested I am in the underlying issues and assumptions.

  2. Yes Kerry, each and every episode of GeneaBloggers Radio is available for download immediately after the show – either through the Blog Talk Radio page or on Apple iTunes Store – search for GeneaBloggers.

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