Modem grew to $130 million, became publicly traded and won widespread awards and recognition. In 2004, G.M. left the company, moved to Argentina with his partner and four kids and fly fished his cola off. He returned to Connecticut 8 years later and is well rested. In 2009, G.M. co-founded Tango Modem, a new breed of mobile and marketing production outsource provider. Tango Modem works for rapidly growing mid-size agencies and direct clients.