Michael Hartman, founder of Frogdice, sat with the office mascot at the video game company's offices on Winchester Road. Hartman launched the company in 1996, when "people felt that if you were going to do something on the Internet, it should be free."
Michael Hartman, founder of Frogdice, sat with the office mascot at the video game company's offices on Winchester Road. Hartman launched the company in 1996, when "people felt that if you were going to do something on the Internet, it should be free." Lexington Herald-Leader
Michael Hartman, founder of Frogdice, sat with the office mascot at the video game company's offices on Winchester Road. Hartman launched the company in 1996, when "people felt that if you were going to do something on the Internet, it should be free." Lexington Herald-Leader

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