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.

One fun part was where Marc admitted he didn’t get how big a deal the Web would be when he first saw it either.
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Robert Scoble

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