Technology plays a huge role in many people’s lives on a daily basis no matter the industry. Some of the popular products on the market today are full of innovation, which makes them much more appealing. It’s safe to finally say that technology is definitely running the world and there is one guy who has used technology to better man-kind. Eric Pulier is this guy and he’s done some amazing things especially when it comes down to business. His background starts with having a love for innovation from an early age. In just the fourth grade pulier programmed his very first computer and by high school he had already founded his first computer database company. His creativity always seem to be on over drive especially when being compared to his kids of his own age.
Eric Pulier attended the prestigious Harvard University where he majored in English/American Literature. During this time in his life he was involved in many projects such s writing a column as well as being an editor for the fames Harvard Crimson Publication. Can’t leave out that Pulier took classes over at neighboring MIT as well. By 1989 he graduated magna cum laude and by 1991 he would move to California to begin his storied career. One of the first things he did when it touched down in the Golden State was start a company. People Doing Things was that company and guest what? It used innovative technology to handle and solve issues in the education and healthcare fields of work. There’s a reason this guy is known as a philanthropist because of how he brings solutions to clear up negative situations.
Pulier developed one of the first private social media networks for chronically ill children. Starbright World was a hit as it connected these special kids with one another and allowed them to share their personal experiences (via) chat, blog, and messaging. This only scratches the surface of what this man has accomplished, but just know that Eric Pulier is a man of many acts thanks to his reputation of being a technologist, entrepreneur, guest speaker, and businessman.