No one else at Cha seemed to recognize the soft-spoken, long-haired 28-year-old Mullenweg.
Maybe they had not yet read Business Insider, which recently ranked him No.
more He was a computer nerd at an artsy high school. Matt Mullenweg, the Houston-born-and-bred founding developer of the ubiquitous Word Press blogging platform, is now a multimillionaire who was recently named one of the 10 people most actively "changing the face of the Internet." When he came to town recently for the 10-year reunion of his graduating class from the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Mullenweg stayed at the swanky Museum District midrise apartment where he likes to get away from the East and West coasts.
He spent much of his time here in a rented Aston Martin luxury car, dropping in on friends from high school and hosting a party for the Class of '02.
She worked as a journalist throughout college for the California Aggie Newspaper and the Sacramento Press.
She also loves introducing students to literature from around the world.
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Profile Sara Islas is a 9th grade humanities teacher at High Tech High Chula Vista.
First and foremost, she is committed to providing the most equitable and transformative learning environments to her students by creating a safe, joy-filled community, soliciting feedback from her students, and seeking to find the brilliance each one of them has to offer.
Your customers, she told them, will be virtually indistinguishable from yourselves: strivers, alone in the city, separated from love by “three towering mountains”—no money, no time, and no connections.