Nate Anderson, Ars Technica

Nate Anderson

Ars Technica

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Nate:

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

Eight great board games we played at PAX Unplugged

And one that wasn't so great. → Read More

Cyber Monday: New Ars mugs, shirts, and hoodies—and they’re all on sale!

Treat yo'self—or the Ars fan in your life. → Read More

Review: Istanbul: The Dice Game rules the bazaar

Like chucking dice? Check this game out. → Read More

Caffeinate in style with an Ars Technica mug—now cheaper than ever

Just in time for the holidays. → Read More

Play a Disney villain in new Villainous board game

Embrace your inner Prince John... or Ursula... or Jafar. → Read More

“___ Technica” is a clue in today’s NYT crossword

It has three letters... and I work there. → Read More

Review: Azul, board game of the year?

A modern "classic" is born. → Read More

2018’s “Board Game of the Year” award goes to... Azul!

Die Quacksalber von Quedlinburg wins for "complex" game. → Read More