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Nate Anderson is the senior editor at Condé Nast's Ars Technica. He took undergraduate degrees in philosophy and literature before pursuing a PhD in Renaissance English literature. He combined a high-tech background with his love of writing and began freelancing with numerous publications, including The Economist, for which he still writes several pieces a year. After joining Ars Technica he helped build the site into a high traffic destination for tech and internet news, and the site now generates 30 million page views a month. Nate's work has received worldwide recognition and he frequently appears on radio shows such as: NPR's All Things Considered, Sound Opinions, On The Media and Future Tense.
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