Which makes me wonder, why didn’t JewishGen.org go public, and why isn’t it worth at least half a billion? Or how about $3 Million? (JewishGen.org is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Museum of Jewish Heritage â€“ A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and was founded in 1987 for those interested in Jewish genealogy. JewishGen hosts more than 20 million records, and provides a myriad of resources and search tools designed to assist those researching their Jewish ancestry.
NBC-TV used Ancestry.com for its show, “Who Do You Think You Are?” for three seasons. The series, which tracked celebrities as they researched their family histories, was not renewed for Fall 2012.
Hmmm… that gives me an idea… how about an online show called “Shepping Nachas” where we track celebrities and leaders as they research and discover their Jewish (and perhaps Canadian) pasts?
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Value: the most common word an MBA student hears.Â Value, added value, created value, future value, present value, value chain, estimated value, assumed value, depreciated value, valuation... the list feels never ending. My favorite learned value though, is what is known ...