(Screengrab from ATotalDisruption's video) Reddit co-founders open up about start-up
Seven years ago, Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian were two UVA students trying to start a food-ordering service
December 1, 2012 2:00AM (UTC)
In 2005, Alexis Ohanian and Steve Huffman were two gamers who lived across from each other in a dormitory at the University of Virginia. "Every gamer wishes to be a game developer,"said Ohanian."But, it didn't quite turn out that way."
Now they are known across the world as the co-founders of Reddit, the "front page of the internet." In a recent interview, they discussed their journey and gave a fascinating glimpse into how the site came to be and what it takes to launch a start-up:
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