Business Title: School Crack

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Anonymous posted 2011-08-04 12:56pm

Neat idea. A few questions popped up in my head:

1. What is your source of capital to pay the tutors and to keep the website running? (i.e., Where do you get the money to cover the operational costs?)

2. It appears to me that the desired effect is to benefit students - both the tutors (those answering the questions) and the tutored (those asking the questions). However, do you foresee that this model might interfere with the academic performance of the participants? For example, would the incentive of earning cash cause paid tutors to negate their school work in favor of answering more questions (and earning more $)?

Please consider this as constructive feedback rather than criticism.

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Schoolcrack .com posted 2011-05-25 11:12am

I THOUGHT THE CONTEST CLOSES MAY 25TH ?!?!?!??! LOL

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Schoolcrack .com posted 2011-05-24 7:56pm

IF YOU VOTED FOR SCHOOL CRACK...VOTE FOR WHITEBOARD ROOM NOW!!!!
....A GOOD IDEA IS A GOOD IDEA NO MATTER WHAT

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Schoolcrack .com posted 2011-05-24 6:44pm
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TO EVERYONE WHO SHOWED US LOVE....THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!! WITHOUT YOU GUYS SCHOOL CRACK WOULD'VE NEVER MADE IT THIS FAR.

LOVE PEACE WORK

Aaron K
CEO of School Crack Inc.

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Grace, Nate and Michelle posted 2011-05-23 7:27pm

Thanks for your support, School Crack! You guys are awesome! Hope to work alongside you in the very near future!!!

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