This story was written by Joseph Weisenthal.
Apparently startups are still using the -ster suffix The latest is Cramster, a social exam studying site for students, which has just raised $3 million led by investor Mr. Shai Reshef (former chair of test-prep company Kidum, which was sold to Kaplan). The idea is that students on the internet can study face-to-face, like they might do in a library. The company will use the funding build its product and awareness. One challenge we can think of: Aren't study groups all about taking a break from real work, to be social? Wonder if it'll translate online. Release.
By Joseph Weisenthal