chorus.fm: Genius De-Emphasizing Web Annotations

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Genius De-Emphasizing Web Annotations Mar 16th 2017, 02:17, by Jason Tate
Casey Newton, writing for The Verge:

Genius, which raised $56.9 million on the promise that it would one day annotate the entire internet, has been losing its minds. In January, the company quietly laid off a quarter of its staff, with the bulk of the cuts coming from the engineering department. In a post on the Genius blog at the time, co-founder Tom Lehman told employees that Genius planned to shift its emphasis away from the annotation platform that once attracted top-tier investors in favor of becoming a more video-focused media company.

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