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Co-Founders Geoffrey Arone & Michael Clark are going to share with Dave & Bill a very time sensitive subject How To Avoid Internet Addiction This Summer

 

Kids welcome in summer break as a time when they can relax and spend time pursuing their own interests and hobbies. Geoffrey & Michael will also give tips on what pitfalls to watch out for!

 

Geoffrey is a smart, aggressive, scrappy, repeat entrepreneur with a solid reputation in the Valley. He has 12 years of successful product development. Prior to SafetyWeb.com, Geoffrey co-founded A Large Corporation, LLC with MC Hammer with the primary web property DanceJam. He raised 2 rounds of venture funds and sold the company to SportsNet in 2009. Geoffrey was also a founder of the social web browser Flock where he successfully built an organization from 2 employees to >30. He developed a product which has had over 8 million installs to date. Geoffrey has also held Product positions at Real Networks and Oracle and founded DAG.com.

 

Michael is one of only a handful of people in the world who has scaled a web service to over 100 million users. He has built infrastructure to support some of the biggest sites on the web including Photobucket and TinyPic. Prior to SafetyWeb, Michael was the first executive hire and architect at Photobucket and the platforms he scaled now accommodate > 100 million registered users with 8 billion images. He built the development, operations, and customer support teams to keep up with the growth and helped lead Photobucket to a $300 million exit to NewsCorporation. Michael has also served as a senior solution engineer at NetApp, led the development of a solid state storage product for TiGi, built a telecom engineering organization at TouchAmerica, and helped build Citrix’s consulting services organization. He has over 15 years of direct experience building scalable systems.

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