Is Technologist Eric Pulier an Unsung Hero?

We as a people live in a time where information is on overload to some degree. Televisions, smart phones, computers and other technological advanced gadgets run this society as well as run this world. Technology is all around us even when we don’t see it. Many of your favorite devices has some form of innovation within it’s system also. There is a guy by the name of Eric Pulier and he’s helped to launch this exclusive industry even further than it was once expected. Eric Pulier uses advanced technology as his personal weapon of choice and he uses it to better peoples lives. The guy has literally programmed a computer when he was in the fourth grade. That’s right! By his high school years, Pulier had already started a successful computer database company.

While attending Harvard University he was the editor of the “Harvard Crimson” publication. Not to be out done, he also had his very own column that was known as “Pulier Leg.” Harvard University helped to build his solid foundation and MIT helped him to sharpen his tech savvy skill. Being such a huge success in college, Pulier would go on to be a founder of about 15 different companies. These companies include Service Mesh Inc, Digital Evolution, FLY, XPRIZE, Desktone, and U.S Interactive. This brilliant minded individual sold his last company for a staggering $350 Million.

Giving back has been something that Pulier has done on more than one occasion. The guy has donated millions of dollars to charity, spend much of his time guest speaking, and he’s helped raised millions of dollars for other tech start up companies, many whom have gone on to become a success. The guy has the “golden touch” since everything that he touches seem to be successful. As of today, this loving father of four resides in the Los Angeles Area where he owns a popular restaurant and nightclub. Even though he’s no household name, Eric Pulier is one true American hero.

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