Noah Robischon, Executive Editor of Fast Company and the Co. network, has been writing about the internet since the earliest days of the world wide web. He helped bring Time and other magazines into the digital age and created one of the web’s first original daily news outlets, called the Netly News, which chronicled technology’s effect on everything from reading to retail to music. Robischon has interviewed many of the key figures in digital history, including the inventor of the web, the coder who first distributed MP3 music, two of Twitter's creators, and the lead designer of the iPod. After freelance writing for outlets including the New York Times, Outside, Discovery, and GQ, Robischon was named Editor in Chief of the gadget blog Gizmodo in 2005. He has appeared as a commentator on CNN, ABC, and MTV, was an associate producer for the Emmy Award–winning TV Nation, a writer for the VH1 series When Star Wars Ruled the World, and the host of a weekly on-air NY1 News segment for several years.