|Marc Hedlund, CEO
Nelson Minar, CTO
The "Popular Power Worker" software was a downloadable Java-based application that Internet users could install onto their computers. It allowed users' computers to participate in a non-profit project to develop an influenza vaccine.
Although Popular Power was able to raise $1.6 million in angel round funding, it was unable to close the venture capital it needed to continue. As a result, it had to permanently shut down operations in March 2001.
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