Search engines don’t index passion and experience.
BigMarker is built for the human side of information
Zhu-Song was up late one night looking for answers. Supporting his mom through every step of cancer treatment, he was eager for anything that would make her more comfortable. As he scoured search engines and message boards, he found only stale articles written years earlier by anonymous internet users. BigMarker started with the idea that if we could connect real people, who can speak from real experience, then we could create something much more powerful.
Our opportunity: shape how the next big idea is shared.
As the pace of human development accelerates, the way knowledge is shared will change at every level. With new technological ability comes new opportunity. As we become more capable of delivering information the way we were designed to — with spoken words, facial expressions, real-time discussion and feedback — to any number of people in any place, we have the opportunity to advance what the human race knows, and what it can do.