The gay and lesbian eHarmony-like relationship-focused dating site
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The #1 peer to peer college learning marketplace
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Founder of One-and-Only.com (now known as Match.com), the largest online dating site. Sold in 1999 for $47 million. Have launched several consumer Internet projects, including vChatter.com, which became one of the largest Facebook video chatting site with over 5 million users and YoYoBrain.com a self study site. Angel investments include CriticalWatch, an enterprise security software company and Insite Interactive, a web services company. I actively code and prefer to invest in projects that I can also contribute to personally.
Personal video chat system. One of the largest Facebook video chat service with over 5 million users.
Spun off several startups. Cookbookwiki.com was built and sold to Wikia.com. Current project is YoYoBrain.com which helps manage learning large amounts of information.
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Will ran the local session in Silicon Valley for Founder Institute. Interacted with 39 entrepreneurs, helping them evaluate and launch their idea.
Ran One-and-Only.com. The largest dating site of the 90's. We were acquired by Tickmaster City Search in 1999. They also bought Match.com and rebranded our business in Dallas as Match.com. Briefly ran Match.com during the transition while the businesses were being combined.
This was the holding company for One-and-Only.com which became the largest dating site of the 90's. We had over 1,000,000 profiles and were in the top 100 websites in overall traffic. Sold to TicketMaster City Search in 1999 for $47 million dollars.
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