Dailybreak started in the dorms of UMass Amherst by ten college friends looking to change the world of advertising. At that time, it was called CampusLIVE. It was a typical start-up: no one was paid, and no one cared that they weren't paid. They slept under their desks and ate Ramen noodles. They had all-night hack-a-thons and midday N64 matches. Everyone wanted a piece of the dream. At one point, there were over 80 interns coming into the office between classes and doing anything they could to help out and be a part of CampusLIVE. What once was a small start-up in Amherst, Mass., is now headquartered in downtown Boston and has grown to serve hundreds of thousands of users.