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Announcing the Winners of Our Annual “Ten Under Ten” Awards

Published: April 1, 2012

Author: David Rodnitzky

While it’s always impressive to see lists like Fortune’s 40 under 40, Forbes’ 30 under 30, Business Insider’s 25 under 25, and Peter Thiel’s 20 under 20, there’s no doubt that our list of the 10 under 10 is the most anticipated award of the year, at least when it comes to awards that rank a specific number of people who happen to be under that specific age. So, without further ado, let’s unveil this year’s distinguished winners:
Zev Rodnitzky
Age: 4
Why He Won: Figured out how to launch Angry Birds at age 2.
Bella Lin
Age: 6
Why She Won: Cracked her dad’s iPhone. Literally.
Jerry Johnson

Image credit: Images.catchsmile.com

Age: three months
Why He Won: Spit up during watching of Kony 2012.
Melissa Edwards
Image credit: punjabiarticles.blogspot.com

Age: 6
Why She Won: Hijacked her Mom’s Twitter account and sent out a tweet that simply said: “poop.”
Aaron Goldstein
Age:  5
Why He Won: Wearing a hoodie, he’s sort of like Mark Zuckerberg.
Brenda Harker
Image credit: www.favim.com

Age: 6
Why She Won: We couldn’t resist Brenda and her cute dog.
Greg Clarkson
Image credit: images.catchsmile.com

Age: 2 months
Why He Won: First words were “Ga ga” which sounds very similar to “Google”
Jimmy Kline
Age: 3
Why He Won: Somehow this baby makes people want to trade stocks online.
Betsy Sanchez
Image credit: Mashable.com

Age: 1
Why She Won: Early adopter.
Sally O’Leary
Image credit: Forum.baby-gaga.com

Age: In Utero
Why She Won: Kicks every time mommy pins something on Pinterest.
Congrats to all of our winners and, of course, happy April Fool’s Day!
David Rodnitzky, CEO

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