I grew up in Boston, moved to California in the ‘90s (now living in Berkeley), and have started several businesses and worked with technology my whole career.
Most recently I co-founded Quizlet Inc., which helps students and teachers all over the world, and where I was CEO from 2009-15. Previously I started Boston.com, and worked at Netscape, Evite and Enterprise Insight.
Over the years I’ve enjoyed writing (mostly freelance) for various publications, including The Brown Daily Herald, The Swampscott Reporter, The Salem Evening News, The Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, The Washington D.C. City Paper, PC Computing, CIO Magazine, InfoWorld, Collectorsweekly.com, and The New York Times. My first job after college was on Capitol Hill, working on technology, media and public policy.
Hope you find something interesting on this website – I’m doing it as a creative outlet, and for fun!
You can contact me at dmargulius on gmail.