The Facebook “fathers” won’t go away.
Aaron Greenspan, the man who says he came up with the idea for Facebook earlier than Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg, grabbed attention with his claim by showing up on the New York Times this week.
On this video with Bambi Francisco, he says he wants people to know that others had “influence” in the early days of Facebook.
Of course, it’s also a convenient time for Greenspan to be grabbing attention: He’s exploiting it to talk about his new venture called Qubescape, which he calls a “Facebook for companies.” It launches at the end of this month.
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