Why we started Redstart
We think that the internet has progressed more rapidly in the last three years than in any equivalent period in its history. Take our word on this. We know.

Even for us, after a decade of working on the web, the internet has suddenly become very, very exciting.

We are still excited by the whole Web 2.0 thing. We are proud to be part of the Open Source community. We are fascinated by the social networking phenomenon, and we dream about the things we will
one day build for Facebook and Orkut. We think that the way we buy and sell on the internet will change dramatically as a result of all this. We want to be a part of this change.

We also started Redstart because we needed to work differently. We like working with people who know what they are doing, and do it well. We wanted to work on things that are beautiful, or daring, or difficult. Along the way, we hope to earn some good karma by helping people do good things for the planet and its inhabitants.

George Karimundackal is the founder of Redstart.

George grew up in New Delhi, India. He started his career in 1995 with a programmer's job in an automobile company in Pune. He worked very diligently to correct this situation, and managed a move to New York, where he worked as a programmer, project manager, and sales guy. He was back in India five years later, to start a company that would do e-commerce sites for very large American customers. He left when it was no longer possible to know all the employees by their names.

When not selling Redstart to people, George watches movies, browses the net, and reads books on history.

Contact him at , if you want to work with Redstart.