With his name and image appearing on the “Today” show, in The New York Post and all over the Web site Gawker, Aleksey Vayner may be the. Aleksey Vayner, the Yale graduate who garnered the Internet’s video may have been the “world’s greatest” resume, quipped Ben McGrath at. The Yale student who catapulted to Internet infamy with a disastrous video resume he sent to a prospective employer has reportedly died at his.
Press ‘i’ to view the image gallery cf, ‘v’ to view the video galleryor ‘r’ to view a random entry. Vayner’s video begins with Vayner asking the rhetorical question “How do some people like yourself become very proficient in their field much faster than most?
Highly amused by Vayner’s over-the-top video resume, an employee at the bank forwarded his application to other investment banks, including Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, J. On November 3rd, YouTuber vlogolution uploaded a parody video titled “Impossible is Nothing Spoof” shown below, leftwhich received over 45, views within the next six years. On December 20th, YouTuber maplestreet uploaded a video titled “Impossible is the Opposite of Possible,” in which actor Michael Cera parodies Vayner’s video resume shown below, right.
Within six years, the video received over 2.
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On October 31st,the business news blog Dealbreaker  reported that Vayner had a book coming out titled Millionaires’ Blueprint to Successbased on his experiences with wealthy people he knew through tennis and skiing. By the end of the month, Vayner had become a viral video celebrity, though he was rather displeased with fame that he didn’t ask for.
Vayner began sending cease-and-desist letters to websites hosting his video resume, including YouTube, IvyGate and several other blogs as well as UBS for their involvement with disseminating the video. However, Vayner’s attempt to take down his videos quickly became compromised as a result of the Streisand Effect and only fueled the online interest in the video.
The cease-and-desist request also led to a public feud between Vayner and IvyGate, the latter of which responded by publishing his legal threat and several irregularities in his track record, including an allegation that two organizations operated by Vayner, Youth Empowerment Strategies and Vayner Capital Management LLC, were fraudulent.
On January 23rd,IvyGate published an article reporting that Vayner had died on the morning of January 19th at his residence in Queens, New York.
According to the article, a spokesman from the New York City Medical Examiner confirmed the record of a year-old man matching Vayner’s description under the name “Alex Stone,” although the cause of his death has yet to be determined. It also revealed that Vayner had legally changed his name to “Alex Stone” in Aprilsome time after relocating to New York.
Based on an e-mail circulating among his friends and Yale alumni circles, a memorial service is scheduled be held on Saturday, January 26th in New York.
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On January 25th, the techno-culture blog Motherboard  published an article about Vayner’s death, and included a screenshot of a cryptic post submitted to Vayner’s Facebook wall, which said “Do not, anyone, sell this idiot ANY pills! The Inevitable Charter Member.
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