Social Networking with Ning, version 2.0

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Ning just released version 2.0 of its social networking platform this morning and here we talk with Marc Andreessen (yeah, the Marc who started Netscape) and co-founder Gina Bianchini, about a whole raft of things from what this new release enables users and developers to do to trends these two are seeing on the Internet.

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12 Responses to “Social Networking with Ning, version 2.0”

  1. Ning 2.0 launches: build your own social network « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] Here’s the video interview with Marc Andreessen and Gina Bianchini (CEO of Ning). We talk about a lot more than just Ning, cause Marc was the founder of Netscape and has learned quite a bit since going through that experience. […]

  2. Marc Andreessen didn’t “get” the Web’s impact « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] Marc Andreessen didn’t “get” the Web’s impact I hope you don’t miss Marc Andreessen talking about his perspective of what he’s been seeing since he started Netscape back in 1994. The good part starts at about minute 16 of the interview I did with him and Gina of Ning. […]

  3. Hanzo Says:

    What a great interview. Ning’s pretty interesting. I wonder what Six Apart is thinking right now.

  4. Dan Burke Says:

    Robert, I just watched Social Networking with Ning, version 2.0. Thanks for an excellent, interesting interview.

    I have a suggestion for a show - an interview with Jonah Burke, creator of The Darfur Wall, http://darfurwall.org. It is a very innovative site dedicated to raising funds for humanitarian aid to Darfur, and increasing public awareness of the violence there. It’s an example of one person with an idea having an impact on a global scale.

    Jonah was very well received when he presented at Ignite Seattle a few weeks ago.

    The graphics are engaging, and the concepts original.

    Please contact me for any additional details at 413-320-7289, danburke@transatlan.com or contact Jonah at 206-234-4558, jonah@jonahb.com.

    Thanks,
    Dan Burke, Director
    The Darfur Foundation

  5. Robert Scoble Says:

    Dan: interesting. Could you write me at robertscoble@hotmail.com and connect me?

  6. Jay’s Weblog » Blog Archive » Next Generation Social Networks Says:

    […] Why join MySpace and Friendster when you can easily create your own social network with the new re-launched Ning. Now anyone and not just developers can easily create and maintain their own social network. You can see a video interview with the two founders of Ning (one of which is Marc Andresson who founded Netscape). There is also a brief video showing the features of Ning by Gina Bianchini (The other co-founder of Ning). […]

  7. Erno Hannink - » Creeer je eigen online netwerk Says:

    […] On The Scoble Show vind je een interview Social Networking with Ning, version 2.0 Ning just released version 2.0 of its social networking platform this morning and here we talk with Marc Andreessen (yeah, the Marc who started Netscape) and co-founder Gina Bianchini, about a whole raft of things from what this new release enables users and developers to do to trends these two are seeing on the Internet. […]

  8. Jonah Burke Says:

    Hi Robert, I’m the Jonah that my father and co-director Dan mentions above. If you’re interested in connecting about darfurwall.org, you’ve got my email, or you can always get me on Google Talk. I’m jonahb at gmail dot com.

  9. andrew Says:

    Great content.

    The sound level was pretty low though.

    Hope to watch more!

  10. Joe Says:

    Great clip. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Whats going on BIGTIME with Social Networking 2.0 on the net | GEMINI Films Web Enhancement Blog Says:

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  12. Marc Andreesen Post on Retaining Great People « John Furrier Says:

    […] Video with Marc Andreesen and Robert Scoble of PodTech.  Robert interviewed Marc on his latest startup Ning. […]

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