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Ars Technica turns 20-years-old, and we couldn't have done it without the community

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / If that image doesn't quite get the point across, a lot of wild stuff happens in the Ars forums.
If you've ever looked at the whois info for Ars Technica, you might already be in on a little secret: our birthday is December 29, 1998, making 2019 the site's official 20th anniversary year. For a site that wanted to do "bad, bad things like NT, Linux, and BeOS content under the same roof," that's an impressive run-about 7.5 million .beats , or more than a lifetime in doge years.
As one of the longtime Arsians on present-day staff, I feel quite safe in saying that we wouldn't have...
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