He says he was actually the one who created the original college social networking system, before either side in the legal dispute. And he has the e-mail messages to show it... College classmates describe Mr. Greenspan as extremely bright and an unusually productive software designer... Mr. Greenspan remains extraordinarily energetic and envisions ideas for new projects. --The New York Times
'Authoritas' offers a very vivid view of a person, an institution, an educational culture, and a moment in echnological-economic history created by the internet. I bet that most people who start reading the book will, as I did, keep right on going out of fascination to see how it turns out. --James Fallows, National Correspondent, The Atlantic Monthly
Full of passages the Facebook founder would rather you not read. --Nicholas Carlson, Associate Editor, Valleywag
About the Author
Aaron Greenspan started Think Computer Corporation from his bedroom in Shaker Heights, Ohio at the age of 15. While he attended high school, Aaron grew Think to support more than 150 businesses, individuals and schools across the United States and Canada. He subsequently changed the focus of the company from IT consulting to software development. In October of 2000, Aaron spearheaded the creation of Think Computer Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the goal of helping children through technology. Aaron invented The Facebook while attending Harvard College in September, 2003. He graduated cum laude from Harvard in three years (Advanced Standing) with an A.B. in Economics in 2004. He lives in Palo Alto, California.