I was interviewed today for a Facebook Live session at the Harvard Business Review. The simplicity of the technology involved floored me.
HBR used a camera and a laptop to stream live the interview. They also had two people moderate the comments and tee them up near real-time. It was fascinating to engage with a virtual audience from around the globe.
When we had wrapped, they told me that page views already numbered 13,000, and that, in the end, the number could hit 40,000 or so, as people look at the stored video.
Up top (or, here) is a link to the video. We covered quite a few topics, including:
- What does a VC do all day?
- What obligations to society should a VC have?
- When is an idea a “good idea”?
I’m very grateful to Curt Nickish, Senior Editor at HBR, for inviting me and interviewing me. It was a lot of fun.