Jason is Editor in Chief of Review Geek. He has over a decade of experience in publishing and has penned thousands of articles during his time at Review Geek, How-To Geek, and Lifehacker. In addition to his current duties as Editor in Chief of Review Geek, he's an Editorial Advisor on How To-Geek's editorial board where he helps direct the growth and vision of the How-To Geek family. He's also the site's resident trivia expert---relentlessly poring over research and publications in search of the bizarre to amaze and delight 365 days a year.
He's been in love with technology since his earliest memories of writing simple computer programs with his grandfather, but his tech writing career took shape back in 2007 when he joined the Lifehacker team as their very first intern. After cutting his teeth on tech writing at Lifehacker and working his way up, he left as Weekend Editor and transferred over to How-To Geek in 2010. With years of awesome fun, writing, and hardware-modding antics at How-To Geek under his belt, Jason helped launch How-To Geek's sister site Review Geek in 2017.
In addition to the long run as a tech writer and editor, Jason spent over a decade as a college instructor doing his best to teach a generation of English students that there's more to success than putting your pants on one leg at a time and writing five paragraph essays. While his days of steering students towards greatness are behind him, his lifelong desire to delight, entertain, and inform lives on with his work for How-To Geek and Review Geek.
If you're looking for him after hours, he's probably four search queries and twenty obscenities deep in a DIY project or entranced by the limitless exploration possibilities of some open-world game or another. He loves long walks on virtual beaches, playing worker placement board games with inconsequential themes, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and highly opinionated dog Cricket.
About Review Geek
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