Deconstructing Tech: An Interview with Gizmodo/Engadget Cofounder Peter Rojas

Peter Rojas is the cofounder of technology blogs Gizmodo and Engadget, both of which he helped launch before age 30. HackCville Media sat down with him at the 2015 Tom Tom Founders Summit for an in-depth look at his background and work.

Peter Rojas co-founded two technology blogs, Gizmodo and Engadget, before the age of 30. He is now the VP of Strategy for AOL and Director of AOL Alpha, an experimental products group. At the 2015 Tom Tom Founders Festival’s Founders Summit, HackCville Media sat down with Rojas to discuss his work, influences, and passions.

For more interviews with the keynote speakers of this year’s Founders Summit, click here.

Guest: Peter Rojas
Host: Brian Mitchell
Special thanks: Tom Tom Founders Festival

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