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3.01 American Entrepreneur Research

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Stephanie Vazquez

on 11 September 2013

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Transcript of 3.01 American Entrepreneur Research

David Karp—Tumblr
H-Harness your vision- I think that he wanted to accomplish a top used social network.
U-Underestimate the roadblocks- not sure
N-Network- not sure
T-Take the first step- i Think the first step would be laughing tumblr and seeing how sucessful it would be and than take other steps to improve it
Most memorable moment of David Karp was Tumblr in 2007. And August 2009, Karp was named Best Young Tech Entrepreneur 2009 by BusinessWeek and in 2010, he was named to the MIT Technology Review TR35 as one of the top 35 innovators in the world under the age of 35.(http://www.mtv.com) In my opinion His work helped shape American society through social networking Tumblr is one of the top used including facebook, and twitter. What inspired me about David is that he never gave up he continued his work in what interest him and he strived for the best he can do.
Biography/ Early Life
David Karp is an American entrepreneur who developed the short-form blogging called ‘Tumblr’. He was born on July 6th , 1986 in New York City. Karp grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. His parents are Barbara Ackerman, a teacher from San Anselmo, California, and Michael D. Karp, a film and television composer. His parents separated when he was 17. Karp attended the Calhoun School from age 3 through 8th grade. At 11, he began learning HTML and was soon designing websites for local businesses. He went on to attend Bronx Science for one year before dropping out at the age of 15 and started homeschooling. he started working for John Maloney’s UrbanBaby, an online parenting forum. He left UrbanBaby in 2006 Launched Tumblr in February 2007.
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