Went to Stanford to be a doctor. Instead, found a different way to help people and became enamored with the study of Human Computer Interaction and spent my time figuring out how computers and technology can help us do more with less. Got my BS, and started down the B school path, but dropped out to pursure Swapbox in Y Combinator. Swapbox is the easiest way to send and receive packages. Currently only available in San Francisco, it provides automated kiosks in grocery stores, cafes, gas stations, etc. where you can drop off an item to be sent (packaged or not) or pick up your delivery instead of missing it.