Aaron Greenspan is the founder, president, and CEO of Think Computer Corporation, an IT consulting service. Authoritas: One Student's Harvard Admissions and the Founding of the Facebook Era is a book written by Greenspan. Sony's Secrets, Fixing The Law, The Case of the Missing Data, The Entrepreneurship Platform, Just Say No to X-Rays, and Do you trust the Bitcoin Foundation? are some of the essays written by him. He has involved in the designing of PlainSite, FaceCash, LuBan Press, houseSYSTEM, and more.
In 1999, Greenspan was the first place winner of the Junior Achievement Young IT Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He was also awarded the Kodak Young Leaders award, and has spoken at various venues, including the NASA Kennedy Space Center.
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|Apr 2, 2013||Techdirt - Two $5,000 RECAP Grants Given Out In Memory Of Aaron Swartz For Improvements In RECAP|
|Sep 19, 2012||TechCrunch - Tell It To The Judge: Why The Press Is Wary When Another Scorned Harvard Alum Says Zuck Copied Him|
|Feb 2, 2012||Xconomy - FaceCash Founder Claims New Regulation is Unconstitutional|
|Nov 15, 2011||Xconomy - Facecash, Vyatta, Ginzametrics: Bay Area Biztech by the Numbers|
|Oct 27, 2011||Venture Beat - Allegations of past and present Internet crime haunt Airbnb co-founder|
|Aug 27, 2010||CNet - Will Facebook face Apple in trying to trademark 'face'? - CNET|
|Aug 26, 2010||TechCrunch - Guess Who Is Trying To Trademark The Word “Face”? (And Guess Who Is Trying To Stop It?)|