Access Magazine heeft een artikel gepost over wonderboy Anand, webmaster van het ons welbekende AnandTech.com. 17 jaar, 11 miljoen pageviews per maand en een dikke M3 Roadster om mee naar school te fietsen:
By the time he was 14, he was custom-building computers in the guest bedroom. He started his own Web site, called AnandTech, in April 1997. Within a week, Shimpi's online musings about motherboards attracted 1,000 visitors. Now, almost three years later, his site records at least 11 million impressions each month from readers who want to know what he has to say about such esoterica as benchmarks for the AMD Athlon microprocessor and the GeForce graphics chipset.
He has hired six writers to help with the reviews and runs four servers so the site can handle its traffic. Technology-oriented companies such as CNET and TC Computers are regular advertisers.
Damn, ik wil ook zo'n M3 (Robin ook wel hè?):