We’re in charge!”
These were the thoughts running through the minds of Drew Morris and Shervin Pishevar as they awaited their flight from Baltimore to San Francisco. Shervin and Drew are the 26-year-old cofounders of WebOS, Inc., an Internet startup firm focusing on developing an operating system that would run not on computers, but through the Internet.1
Shervin, first-generation son of Iranian immigrants and graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, thinks about the future as he waits. He is clearly a gifted individual and was an honor student earning high marks. Drew Morris, the son of a successful entrepreneur, received an undergraduate business degree from Emory and has an extensive ...