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Friends Reunited was hugely successful when it launched in 2000 but later lost ground to the likes of Facebook, Bebo and My Space. I wish I could be cool now, but I’d just be the cynical one sitting chuckling to himself at the back of the room.” That would require him to be in the room in the first place, and Pankhurst is, by his own admission, a bit of a recluse.
ITV bought the site for £120m in 2005 but sold it to DC Thomson four years later for £25m. Despite the tidal wave of obituaries for Friends Reunited, he has resisted all offers of face-to-face interviews, finally agreeing to meet me in typical geek fashion on Skype - sound only, no pictures.
The show was set in the Cook Islands, written by Richard Zajdlic and co-produced by Touchpaper TV () and South Pacific Pictures for BBC Three in association with BBC America.
Last year he directed on series 3 of SALEM in the US as well as on the BBC3 DOCTOR WHO spin-off show CLASS and Bravo's dark-comedy IMPOSTERS.
Back in 2000, from his back bedroom in suburban north London, Pankhurst, his wife Julie and friend Jason Porter launched Friends Reunited, a social networking site before the phrase had even been uttered.
Within a year, 2.5 million people had signed up to get back in touch with old school friends. In 2005 ITV bought the site for £175 million, making the Pankhursts and Porter rich beyond their wildest dreams.
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Guardian Dating Dating Site Review - 27/12/09 Dating.uk is the online dating site of the Guardian National Newspaper, otherwise known as ‘Soulmates’.“Take Mark Zuckerberg,” Pankhurst muses on the Facebook founder. Except that nowadays geeky techies are almost cool. “By nature,” he apologises as I stare at the blank screen, “I’m not someone who likes standing up in front of people.