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In 2006, Greg Smith, at the time an LSAT tutor, wanted to bring his teaching business online to reach more students. But it took a handful of different programs just to get the course up and running. The unwieldy experience led to an idea for a platform that would allow people to easily develop online courses on any topic—from hula-hooping to mining and manufacturing—and get paid.