At 16 years old I was freaking out about my driver’s ed test. At 16 years old I was a sophomore in high school and my only income came from babysitting the crazy kids down the street. 16 year old, Shahed Khan isn’t your average 16 year old: Robert Scoble likes his startup idea and may recommend him to investors; a Y Combinator alumni offered to introduce him to Paul Graham once he has a working demo; and he has spoken with Andrew Warner of Mixergy and Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures. But of course Khan isn’t bragging. At a pitch to investors at an event called SPARK Chicago, he didn’t mention any of these connections; he didn’t even mention his age, until a curious judge asked.