TECH CRUNCH - Sep 20 - Aaron Greenspan, a programmer and web entrepreneur who was a contemporary of Mark Zuckerberg’s while the two were students at Harvard, has released a new batch of IM conversations that allegedly took place between himself and Zuckerberg in 2004. He is not new to claiming that he has been neglected for his role in the founding of Facebook. While at Harvard, Greenspan created a social network called houseSYSTEM, which had a feature called “Facebook.” Greenspan may decide that he now has the evidence needed to pursue a fresh legal claim about the founding of Facebook. But as for now, his settlement with Facebook from 2009 is his last on-the-books interaction with the company. Since then, it’s been only verbal allegations, blog posts, and e-books.