After that, I moved to San Diego for a work assignment and finally settled in Los Angeles in 2003.You could say I grew up all over,” Sarlak told the “I had the honor of being accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, just across the river from Boston. I graduated with a bachelor of science in Mechanical Engineering, or as we call it there, Course 2,” the Iranian-born CEO said.
The advent of smart phones with GPS and a few other underlying technological developments and social trends in the past 18 months finally made my dream a possibility and now, a reality.” Now that technology has caught up with his idea, Sarlak said he believed the time was now for a service like Cupid Radar.
And this device could have a button that you push to instantly see who’s near you right now that is single and interested in you,” he explained to the “While I came up with the idea at that moment, the state of the art in technology at that time wasn’t sufficiently developed to bring the idea to fruition practically,” he said.
“Believe it or not, I had to wait 17 years before technology caught up to my idea.
Or they would go to underground parties where the music was loud, the Tequila flowed and the hosts had bribed the police to leave them alone so guests wouldn’t jump out of their skins at the sound of a doorbell. At first, the service was so slow that this writer remembers dialing up and going to the kitchen to put on a kettle for tea while waiting for the inbox to appear.
Those who used the Internet on a regular basis were so far and few between that its future seemed sketchy at best.