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|Born||Jason Harper Shellen
August 30, 1973
|Residence||San Francisco Bay Area|
|Education||BA in Fine Arts, St. Mary's College of California|
|Known for||Blogger, Google Reader, Brizzly|
In 2008, Shellen created Thing Labs which was acquired by AOL in 2010 to bolster their AIM Messaging division. Having left AOL, Shellen advises startups in Silicon Valley and sits on the Board of Regents at Saint Mary’s College of California.
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