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In some cases, it's only a few minutes after virtually chatting, thanks to location-based features."If you think you’re not tech-savvy enough to download a dating app, think again," Laurie Davis, founder of e Flirt Expert and author of Love At First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating (releasing in February by Simon & Schuster) tells Mashable.“When the web started taking off and startups were hot in the nineties.i thought it was inevitable that we would index people we knew in a single database.Admission to the program is by application only and the costs of running it (from a conference room in the new building) are defrayed by service providers.So far, Weinreich has offered two versions of the program with 60 entrepreneurs attending each session, but that was before sponsors had come on board.sixdegrees, which was sold to Youth Stream Media Networks in a deal brokered in 1999, was only the first of Weinreich’s startup ideas to be acquired.Weinreich has a habit of being prescient and ahead of the curve, but it might be that some of his startups (chiefly sixdegrees) are too far ahead of the curve (he may have had the original patent on social networking, but it was a decade before Facebook made the idea wildly profitable) “I’ve always tried to imagine where the world will be,” says Weinreich.
Weinreich is joining the ranks of business schools, serial entrepreneurs and even national foundations offering startup entrepreneurs a compressed education in how to succeed in (starting up) a business through Andrew’s Roadmaps.What sets Weinreich apart from a sidewalk huckster hawking two-bit advice is his longtime experience in the startup racket.The Penn-educated, Westchester, NY-born Weinreich launched what’s considered to be one of the first social networking businesses in 1995.“In terms of macro changes, the ability to share a curriculum on a massive basis is unprecedented. Classes that are offered in universities can all of a sudden have students from all over the world.” Ultimately he envisions his curriculum for building startups achieving the same scale, but for now its just Weinreich and a series of 30 lectures that come with templates for “every aspect of entrepreneurship.” The whole endeavor might have the whiff of a vanity project and a late-night infomercial if the classes weren’t free for attendees and Weinreich wasn’t so accomplished.The site boasts testimonials to his business acumen from tech luminaries like David S.