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About Founder David R. Snell
Founder David Snell is a well-being advocate, which he considers an upwards evolution from his previous activities as a consumer advocate. David has a long track record of humanitarian endeavors:
(2010 - 2017) President of , and creator of most of its programming, which has been ongoing since 2005.
(2002 - 2005) Creator of the LiveDrive Initiative:LiveDrive is an invention we hope will improve traffic
safety and save thousands of lives every year.
(1998 - 2005) Founded the Internet design company
Ark Royal Software, which operated pro-consumer sites such as 100-free-magazines.com which enabled
consumers to compare magazine prices and receive risk-free trials; and 10Money.com, a site that dispensed financial advice.
(1997-1998) Architect of the Gemini Project, which
proposed to reduce obnoxious spam, telemarketing and junk mail and replace them
with permission-based marketing. This visionary proposal didn't garner sufficient
support, but some of the ideas it describes have started to be implemented.
(1984 - 1997) Experienced computer programmer who
founded Ark Royal Games and designed several computer games including Trivia Quest
in 1984 and Adventurer-Kings,
games that attracted thousands of fans from over a dozen countries.
Other semi-interesting facts about David Snell:
Born in 1961 in Alaska on "Freedom Day", June 19 -- a holiday celebrating the
end of slavery in America
Alaska state junior chess champion, 1978
National Merit Scholar semifinalist, 1979
Attended Oregon State University 1979-1984, majoring in Computer Science