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|Born||February 27, 1980|
El Paso, Texas, US
|Occupation(s)||CEO, Mixed Media Labs|
|Known for||Founder of imeem|
Dalton Caldwell (born February 27, 1980) is an American technologist and digital music entrepreneur. He is the founder and chief executive officer of Mixed Media Labs. He currently works as a partner at Y Combinator.
After graduation, Caldwell worked briefly for VA Linux (where he had previously worked as a summer intern) before founding Imeem in late 2003 with Stanford classmate (and ex-Napster engineer) Jan Jannink. Imeem was eventually bought by MySpace.
Caldwell founded Mixed Media Labs in 2010. Its first product was picplz, a photo broadcasting application for phones.
On May 6, 2014, Caldwell announced the service has not seen sufficient subscriptions to support any full-time employees and that it would remain online but without plans for enhancements or improvements.
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