Jeremy Lichtman learned to write software in school in the early 80’s. He built his first website in 1995, and ran a blog (the term hadn’t been coined yet though) in the mid-90s.
In 2002, after Dot Com turned into Dot Crunch, he co-founded his first company, which was later featured on Profit Magazine’s HOT 50 listing.
A founder or co-founder of several web startup companies, he primarily focuses on providing consulting and advisory services to new startups.
Jeremy has written articles on a variety of business and technical topics for several magazines. He also writes fiction in his spare time, some of which has been published. You can find a sampling of his work at his other blog.