Lead by a team of experts from the research, technology, and advertising industries, allows Crowd Science to deliver an optimal audience targeting solution for online publishers.
Co-founder, Chief Crowd Scientist
John is a software architect out of comScore and Cisco. At comScore, John designed and built SiteRecruit, an enterprise recruitment product that started out as a simple enabling technology, allowing enterprise customers to intercept and recruit website visitors for in-house research, but soon grew to become a business driver in its own right, and now sits on some of the busiest websites on the Internet.
John also recently got engaged and married in the same week. Without telling his coworkers. Who aren’t bitter at all, but he still better bring them back a slice of wedding cake… Just saying.
John has a long history of important work for some of Silicon Valley’s most distinguished companies. He was most recently co-founder and chief architect of Kontiki, a Granite Ventures, Benchmark and MK Capital-funded content delivery company that was acquired by Verisign in 2006. Before that he created MaxScript, a scripting language for Autodeskʼs modeling package, 3dsmax, which Autodesk eventually bought and integrated into the product. And before that, he was the chief architect of Kaleida Labs, an Apple/IBM joint venture formed around Objects In C, an object-oriented programming language system he had written and sold to Apple.
John insists that there is nothing interesting to write about him here. He remains a man of mystery. Which, in a twist of irony, is actually pretty interesting.
Co-founder, VP Research & Operations
Paul spent a number of years designing, supporting and consulting in the ﬁeld of geographic information systems, including internet mapping technologies and international boundary delineation. After a short stint in market research, Paul led a technology and operations team at comScore and worked hand-in-hand with research and sales teams conducting various types of online research, including customer satisfaction and advertising effectiveness, on some of the company’s biggest accounts.