Paul doesn’t like to talk about his accomplishments much which is a really good thing for him. He has some fake teeth from playing pro hockey, grew up in “Murder Town USA”, and thought HTML 5 was a nerf gun, so naturally, he co-founded a software company. Paul has no discernible skill set, so he stockpiles Master’s degrees in business and accounting to compensate. Paul’s favorite author is Charles Barkley and refuses to believe that Tal was born in Cleveland and is not an Albanian immigrant.
Favorite Quote: “Ball don’t lie”. - Rasheed Wallace
Tal is most proud of his ocean kayaking adventures with sharks, shipwrecks, and sea caves; sleeping on the Great Wall of China; and instigating a protest against activism. He has constructed mobile hardware at the MIT Media Lab, designed medical imaging software for the Penn School of Medicine, developed computer simulations of biofuel processes, and created mobile applications for BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android. Tal holds a Guinness Record for the World’s Largest Ball of Tape. He has an Ivy League degree that he tried to decline. Tal consistently blurts out the world’s worst analogies. In the time it took you to read this paragraph, he has already thought of two more that he’s excited to tell you, but will undoubtedly bomb.
Favorite Quote: ”The first step in getting to first base is to stop calling it first base.” - Paul
His name is Chris and he likes to do drawings. He does not believe in email. He’s got two awesome kids and lives in Lake Tahoe. He regularly turns down boatloads of cash from companies for his services to work on Ecquire. Chris will never suffer from high blood pressure.
From age 10, Toan trained to be the world’s best fisherman. He can trawl for shrimp and catch salmon with his bare hands. Toan retired from fishing to master something trivially easy by comparison: tech startup marketing.