Nate Anderson, Ars Technica

Nate Anderson

Ars Technica

Chicago, IL, United States

Contact Nate

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Ars Technica
  • Ars Technica UK

Past articles by Nate:

Just say no (to content): Nietzsche’s surprising “information diet”

An excerpt from the new book by our own deputy editor, Nate Anderson. → Read More

“NFT” picked as word of the year—deal with it

Beeple will be mentioned. → Read More

Near-death of anti-vaccine cardinal is an “irony of life,” says Pope Francis

Humanity used to be such good friends with vaccines! → Read More

DDoS fugitive “Commander X” arrested in Mexico, extradited to US

"We do not forgive. We do not forget." But neither do the feds. → Read More

LOL Garamond sux, say federal judges

Garamond—it's just too small for the DC Circuit. → Read More

The decade-long quest to stop “Spamford” Wallace

From the archives: After a spate of lawsuits dating back to the late '90s, the feds step in. → Read More

6 board games I’m playing during the pandemic

What's on my table right now. → Read More

The best board games to play with your quarantined housemates

It's the perfect time to sucker those you live with into playing games with you. → Read More

Hell freezes over as Netflix finally lets users turn off autoplaying previews

Maybe we're not living the worst possible timeline after all. → Read More

Curmudgeon watch: My 2020 tech resolutions

Sometimes, less is more. → Read More

The one video game my kids played all year long

Farming never felt so good. → Read More

Attack of the terrifying robot vacuum

Ho-ho-how did this intruder break in? → Read More

“They’re abysmal students”: Are cell phones destroying the college classroom?

A cri de coeur from a philosophy professor. → Read More

88% of Americans use a second screen while watching TV. Why?

Second screens and the sickness unto death. → Read More

Here are the finalists for 2019’s “Board game of the year” award

Tabletop gaming's highest honor, the Spiel des Jahres, is back. → Read More

Ars Technica is hiring an experienced reporter

Have 3+ years experience? Join our team! → Read More

Ars Technica is hiring an experienced reporter

Have 3+ years experience? Join our team! → Read More

Quacks of Quedlinburg deserves its “Board Game of the Year” win

This one might be a new family-weight board game classic. → Read More

Our favorite two-player board games, 2019 edition

Snuggle up with a loved one this Valentine's Day and play a game. → Read More

Ars Technica’s ultimate board game buyer’s guide, 2018 edition

Need to buy a game? We have suggestions. → Read More