|Scott A. Swedorski|
October 10, 1970 |
|Occupation||Software development & Marketing|
In 1993 he worked for the Flint Area Library Online Network (FALCON) Swedorski felt there was a need for public access to Internet-related software. Working from home, he created a site to provide the public with free and easily downloaded software.
Swedorski retired from Tucows in 2003 and launched a new software promotions company. He is also the Vice President of distribution and marketing at CoffeeCup Software, where he helped co-found the Organization of Independent Software Vendors. Scott also runs FileLight.com, a large shareware download site.
- Shareware Industry Awards, accessed April 16, 2007
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