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Peter Rojas      

Co-founder of Gizmodo and of Engadget

Peter Rojas is an partner at betaworks focusing on early stage investments. Prior to joining betaworks he was VP of Strategy at AOL, as well as co-director of Alpha, the company's experimental products group. He is also the co-founder several startups, including Weblogs Inc. (acquired by AOL in 2005), where he created and was the founding editor of tech sites Engadget and Joystiq; music site RCRD LBL; gdgt, a social commerce platform (acquired by AOL in 2013); gadget blog Gizmodo (now part of Gawker Media); and Hackaday (now part of SupplyFrame).

Previously Rojas worked as an editor at the original Red Herring, a contributing editor to Cargo, a columnist on emerging technology for The Guardian, an on-air correspondent for HGTV’s I Want That – Tech Toys, as a guest host of G4’s Attack of the Show, and was a contributor to Wired, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Salon, Slate, Vice, Surface, Food & Wine, Popular Science, Fortune, Money, and Business 2.0.

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