FamilyLink.com + Kynetx: How websites could be better with your family

I’ve been playing around with Kynetx.com technology. I think it has a lot of cool potential for helping FamilyLink.com users see who their relatives are across multiple websites.

For example,

  • What if you could see your FamilyLink.com relatives directly in Facebook?
  • If you knew which LinkedIn users were your relatives, would you be more likely to do business?
  • If you knew which Twitter users were your relatives, would you be more likely to follow them?
  • If you discovered that a comment on a political news story with which you strongly disagreed was from a relative, would you be more careful how you responded?

Here’s a demo video:

7 thoughts on “FamilyLink.com + Kynetx: How websites could be better with your family”

  1. Mike Helmantoler
    Great application of context! I am a FamilyLink member. I searched Mozilla plugins and could not find the FamilyLink plug in. Where can we download it. l would like to try it with my public trees on other genealogy sites.

    Keep up the good work,

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