Sahil Lavingia, 19, intends to conquer the online world. A former designer at photo sharing website Pinterest, Lavingia founded Gumroad, a start- up that connects people who want to sell items— ranging from music and illustrations to apps or even T- shirts, through a simple web link. The website also allows users to sync their products to Twitter and Facebook friends. The son of Singapore- based investment bankers of Indian origin, Lavingia dropped out of his computer science course at University of Southern California, lived in Hong Kong, London and New York before moving to Silicon Valley. Gumroad has received $ 7 million ( Rs 37 crore) from venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. Could this be a desi Zuckerberg story?