Teens in Tech

  • Teens In Tech Acquires Microblogging Site Yazzem; Rolls Out Redesign

    Even teens are getting into M&A. Teens in Tech, a blogging network founded by 17 year old Daniel Brusilovsky, has acquired Yazzem, a Twitter-like microblogging network that allows you to post short thoughts organized by topic to its site, Twitter and FriendFeed simultaneously. Yazzem, which was founded by 14 year olds Zachary Collins and Dustin Snider, was acquired for $15,000. Read More

  • Youth Bloggers Network Acquired By Teens in Tech

    Teens In Tech, a blogging network founded by 16 year old Daniel Brusilovsky, has acquired the Youth Bloggers Network (YBN). YBN consists of a network of over 100 young bloggers, and was founded by Patrick DeVivo, who is also a young entrepreneur. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but given how similar the networks are I suspect that if there was any monetary exchange it was very… Read More

  • 15 Year Old Entrepreneur Launches Teens In Tech

    Teenage entrepreneurs aren’t a new phenomenon in the valley – 17 year old Kristopher Tate founded Zooomr back in 2006, and Jessica Mah could call herself a serial entrepreneur by age 17. But it’s still pretty rare to see a startup founder get dropped off for work by his mother. At our August Capital event last week, I met 15 year old Daniel Brusilovsky for the first time. … Read More