Insider Guides, doing business as myYearbook.com, is changing the way you see your classmates. Its website allows classmates to create online profiles that can be linked to fellow students. Like other social networking sites, members can select friends from among classmates and "autograph" each other's pages, as well as upload photos and post messages. The company also offers virtual currency, called Lunch Money, which visitors can use to play social games and purchase virtual gifts for friends. The company was founded in 2005 by siblings Catherine and David Cook, who at the time were high school students, aged 16 and 18, respectively. Insider Guides is a subsidiary of Quepasa Corporation.