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Ars Technica

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Ars Technica

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New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

Ars Technica was founded in 1998 when Founder & Editor-in-Chief Ken Fisher announced his plans for starting a publication devoted to technology that would cater to what he called "alpha geeks": technologists and IT professionals. Ken's vision was to build a pu... more.

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Staff Directory | Ars Technica

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Eric Bangeman / Managing Editor
Eric has been using personal computers since 1980 and writing about them at Ars Technica since 2003, where he currently serves as Managing Editor.


About Us | Ars Technica

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Eric Bangeman, co-founder and Managing Editor, joined the site during its earliest years and remains in the thick of the Ars Technica newsroom.


Switch To A Mac: Apple Hardware Archives

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In a June 12, 2007 article Eric Bangeman of Ars Technica posted a review of the new Santa Rosa based 17-inch MacBook Pro.
It's a very detailed and extensive review that's a must read for anyone who is considering the 17-inch MacBook Pro. Bangeman often compares the new model to prior generation 17-inch models so it's a great way how the new model stacks up to older models.


Switch To A Mac: Reviews Archives

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In a June 12, 2007 article Eric Bangeman of Ars Technica posted a review of the new Santa Rosa based 17-inch MacBook Pro.
It's a very detailed and extensive review that's a must read for anyone who is considering the 17-inch MacBook Pro. Bangeman often compares the new model to prior generation 17-inch models so it's a great way how the new model stacks up to older models. Eric Bangeman states the following:


Top 100 Most Influential Tech Bloggers

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Eric Bangeman
Ars Technica Eric is an avid tech junkie and managing editor for Ars Technica. He delivers a keen understanding on technology's impact on business having worked at McKinsey & Company for nearly a decade. Eric Bangeman Ars Technica Eric is an avid tech junkie and Managing Editor for Ars Technica. He delivers a keen understanding of technology's impact on business having worked at McKinsey & Company for nearly a decade.


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