Peter Rojas, founder of GDGT and a string of popular tech services, says that entrepreneurs should avoid making too much noise before they make the

To support a new initiative from Intel aimed at uncovering and supporting young Innovators, PSFK has tapped some of the world's established innovative minds to share some insights into what young entrepreneurs should be on the lookout for in 2012. Anyone with an interest in business knows that the tech start-up community is hot right now. Sometimes it seems like all someone has to do in order to get their service written up on the pages of the tech blogs, is to get an app accepted into the Apple App store. Is all this hype valuable to an entrepreneur? Peter Rojas doesn't think so. The co-founder of gdgt.com and the creator of Engadget, Gizmodo, Joystiq, and RCRD LBL spoke to PSFK about a counter-trend he believes entrepreneurs should take advantage of in 2012:

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