- Ars TechnicaManaging Editor, 2003 - present
Eric arrived in high school about the same time as the first personal computers, cutting his teeth on an Ohio Scientific Challenger 2P with a whopping 4KB of memory. In the years since, he acquired a BA in history, an MA in theological studies, and made it about halfway to an MS in computer science. He lives in a house full of computers and other gadgets in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. In addition to reading and writing about technology, Eric enjoys bicycling (but not running), refereeing rugby, collecting coins, gardening, and spending time with his wife, two children, and airedale terrier.
- North Park Theological SeminaryMA Theological Studies, 1994 - 1996
- Northeastern Illinois UniversityBA History, 1992 - 1994
- Crown CollegeVarious, 1984 - 1988