AnandTech Call for Writers: 2014

by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/24/2014 12:45 AM EST
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  • Drumsticks - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    While I certainly lack the credentials for a job such as this, more writers at Anandtech can only mean more quality material to read! I love everything that comes out of this site, so good luck to all of those who apply! Reply
  • silverblue - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Would if I could, but I can't, so I won't. :P

    In any case, even if I had the pre-requisite knowledge of a specific area, I imagine that I'd get the same levels of unwarranted criticism about grammar as my countryman Ian does... :)
    Reply
  • andrewaggb - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Heh. That's exactly what I was thinking. I'll probably spell something the Canadian way or list something in metric units only and have a bunch of angry birds filling my comments.... Reply
  • Sabresiberian - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Yeah anyone in the proverbial public eye has to develop a thick skin; has to learn what the difference is between constructive criticism and accept it, and what is just bashing for the sake of bashing and can be safely ignored. :) Reply
  • Flunk - Monday, January 27, 2014 - link

    If you write for an American audience on a regular basis you do get used to it. Reply
  • kstan12 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Ian rocks. Love his reviews. Negative people just need to let things go! Reply
  • dillonnotz24 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I would love to be a part of Anandtech, as it IS my most checked website. I'm only 18, but I have an intense passion for technology. I'm not sure if I'm what Anandtech would be looking for because I have learned a fairly large portion of my knowledge base from this website, so it would be almost like the a regurgitational re-hash of analytic skills rather than truly original ideas. However, I'm always learning new things and I love talking to people about the latest and greatest in tech, which I think can only be truly appreciated in a place like this. My questions is...what would I review for my sample submission? Reply
  • JarredWalton - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    A few thoughts:

    1) Anand started this site as a blog when he was 14.
    2) Kristian (our SSD reviewer) started with us when he was 17.
    3) As for what to review, find something to write about where you think, "Gosh, this should be on AnandTech's Pipeline section" -- or if you have a real passion for some other area, focus there.

    Cheers!
    Jarred
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  • samtheman128 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I would love to write but I'm only 11 Reply
  • Jedibeeftrix - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    i started reading this site in 1999 i think, i remember anand being young then as I was finishing my degree! Reply
  • MrPoletski - Thursday, January 30, 2014 - link

    Is there a closing date for entries? Reply
  • VivekGowri - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Don't forget me, I started writing at 15 and got hired by Anand when I was 18. Reply
  • ImSpartacus - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Where did you start writing? Reply
  • cadencruse - Thursday, January 30, 2014 - link

    hey there!

    I have been working on my sample review for a couple of days now and I intend to submit it regardless, but after reading some of these comments I have a few questions. First of I am only 15. I have a passionate love for technology and I consider myself quite a strong writer but I was wondering if there would be any legal problems with working as a writer for anandtech? Also what is your policy as far as any products we would receive to review?

    Thanks a bunch!
    Caden
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  • Kristian Vättö - Friday, January 31, 2014 - link

    I was 17 when I started at AnandTech, 16 when I applied. I'm no lawyer but I don't think there are any legal issues because you're not required to put in any certain hours and this isn't physically demanding (though to be honest I've got no idea about the labor laws in the US).

    As for review samples, they are technically property of the company sending them, so we are not allowed to sell them. The terms vary depending on the company (some want them back, others don't), though.

    Not speaking officially here, just my own experience :)
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  • cadencruse - Wednesday, February 05, 2014 - link

    That help a lot! Thank you!

    Caden
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  • Boseeinstein - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I agree, this is a unique site and well executed! Reply
  • Cellar Door - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    What a great opportunity! Here I come! Reply
  • atticus14 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Here's your chance Wreckage. Reply
  • krumme - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Nothing as good as job vacancies to tell about your company vision :)

    Here is hoping we can continue to enjoy easy to understand and yet complicated content at AT.

    Good luck.
    Reply
  • Krysto - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Sign me up. Reply
  • nathanddrews - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Who can argue with that résumé? :P Reply
  • theqnology - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I really want to be doing this part time but.... wouldn't it count against the person if he's not able to get his hands on the devices? I could read other sites and come up with some conclusion based on others' observations or hands on experience, but I wouldn't be credible.

    Last system I built was an i5-2500K, 2x4GB 12800CL7, Z68, HD5800. Only recent addition to it is a 64GB Crucial m4, but that was a year ago. Point is, not a lot of technology has brushed these hands.

    If there is something I'm looking for more on tech sites though, it's a fair treatment to anything MS. Most of these articles have the Linux users written all over them, which incidentally, I assume are most of the audience of these types of sites.
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  • apappas - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    There is only one (1!!!!!!!) site that does Linux benchmarks and it is not even that good. That lack of information lead me to get a 4850 back in the day which was exceptional on Windows compared to what nVidia offered at the time, but mediocre and now unsupported on Linux. Reply
  • Flunk - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Bah, you were lucky. I was using a Radeon x850 AGP on Linux. ATi conveniently forgot to include the device ID on the FGLRX drivers and I had to hex-edit the driver files to get them to work. As far as I remember they NEVER fixed that either. What would you do if you weren't comfortable doing that?

    P.S. That Linux site (the P one) isn't very good, you're right.
    Reply
  • Jeffrey Bosboom - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Interestingly, I think this site doesn't have enough Linux coverage, especially with the small form factor (NUCs etc) computers they've been reviewing recently. Just install Ubuntu and use it for half an hour to see if there are any driver issues. Testing Linux suspend/resume for laptops would be nice too. Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    "Wouldn't it count against the person if he's not able to get his hands on the devices?"

    No. The specific details depend on the field, but in general we would be acquiring the necessary devices.
    Reply
  • Samuel H - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I have a request: hire professionals with generous but short contracts, and get them to do user-specific workstation evaluations. Like, get a video editor, give him half a dozen systems, from mid-end PCs to powerful workstations and one of those new and shiny Mac Pros, and let them test them with their usual software and usage patterns. A couple of months later, give those same systems to a 3D artist. Then a Physics PhD. Etc.

    Given this would be a "pro" product, you can publish a summary of the results, and charge for the full review.
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  • jmke - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Professional users doesn't necessarily good reviewers make. Reply
  • Joel Kleppinger - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Indeed. And what you'd learn is the best system for that user and their workflow. Which is great if you want to emulate what they do and how they do it. But it ends up making tiny annoyances out to be deal breakers since the ONE thing they depend on doesn't work as well as they like with it. Reply
  • Samuel H - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    The web is full of info about how fast games run, but there's a short supply of info about how things like Resolve, After Effects or Maya run on different systems (no, specviewperf is not really useful). Of course they'd have to find people that no only know what the industry uses, but are also good reviewers. Not that difficult, really.

    One very recent example:
    http://liftgammagain.com/forum/index.php?threads/n...
    What's missing: they didn't test anything other than mac pros.
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  • leops1984 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Are there any restrictions as to where the writers must live (i.e., must they be US-based, etc.) Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    There are no location restrictions. You can be anywhere. Reply
  • tipoo - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I think I'll give this a try. I've always wanted to write for a tech blog, as my technology ramblings are scattered throughout the internet and I probably write several novels worth a year. Reply
  • BlakKW - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I've been visiting AT for many years, and one of the things I love about this site is that I often learn as much from reading the comments section as I do from an article. The comments often distill a subject that I don't really understand, into salient points and highlights "what it means to me".

    With that in mind, I've always wished AT did more science/tech coverage like you see on OCC (Overclockersclub)...I usually find their little tech blurbs to be fascinating, but often wish people actually commented on them.
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  • FITCamaro - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Does Anandtech employ those at Dailytech? Or are they completely different entities? If so, can we just get rid of Tiffany? Reply
  • silverblue - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Ouch. Not the name I expected, either. ;) Reply
  • DanNeely - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Different. DT was started by an AT author who wanted to write about rumors and leaks that AT didn't want to cover because doing so would risk vendors being willing to give them pre-release information under NDA.

    It appears that the sites are slowly drifting apart; Pipeline stories have pushed DT down to a less visible position on the sidebar while covering a fair amount of the same sort of content and DT is producing more long in depth articles than they did in years past.
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  • JarredWalton - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    AT and DT now go through the same marketing company, and we often see each other at trade shows (e.g. CES), but basically we don't have anything to do with one another's sites. Reply
  • BMNify - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Then why not just get rid of Dailytech section, as it is their blogging is worse than tabloids and lowers the standard of Anandtech, DT makes engadget and verge look unbiased and professional lol. Try and get some other decent startup blog or just delete the section to maintain the standard set by Anandtech. Reply
  • hrrmph - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Heavens no!!

    It's a ying-yang thing.

    They are obviously different, but they serve their purposes well enough. Neither site is perfect, but perfection isn't required to be the best - only the pursuit of perfection.

    AT can't crank out the breadth of work that DT can (nor the quirkiness). DT can't sustain the depth of work that AT can (nor channel the buttoned-down staidness).

    The moment that either site thinks they would be richer without the other is the moment that they endanger the whole collective enterprise. AT is stronger for sure, but its thrival and survival without DT aren't guaranteed - at least not with the present situation.

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    As far as AT writers go (old and new), I recommend that they continue to do analyses and then use the results to take shots at predicting which direction a market might grow itself into (and most importantly why). Which trends are organic, which ones are primarily being driven by over-muscled marketing?

    True, it's risky because the Comments section can be brutal to all of us (opinionated readers and authors alike). But, there are important topics to be tackled, especially about macro trends of computing in general and how they are going to play out. AT's depth of knowledge would make for interesting articles on possible mid and far-future scenarios.

    For example, it is almost obvious that PCs are becoming tablets, but tablets can't yet do everything that PCs can (or can they?). Expert musings on that conundrum and how it will be resolved would be very interesting.

    Will we ever have a server in a tablet? A CAD workstation?

    Another obvious question is: How long before smaller devices can do everything that tablets do? And, what are the ways it could happen - what might they look like?

    Is there a mathematically identifiable tipping point at which consumers go for reduced form factor size even with an obvious loss of functionality? Could we predict the next wave of mass market computing devices based on this?

    What are we going to do for displays when you can have a super-computer on a postage stamp?

    Obviously such musings would need to be far enough out so as to not stomp on those pesky shorter term annoyances known as NDAs. But, I would hate to see AT avoid the topic of the future simply because it's difficult. After all, editorial is largely an educated guess about how the future should be.

    Best of luck to the candidates. I look forward to reading your thoughts.
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  • BlakKW - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    +1 Reply
  • StealthGhost - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    How about someone to get the numbers for the writers? I love running benchmarks and testing hardware. While I consider myself to be a good writer, I always seem to learn something every time I read an anandtech review even if I thought I knew everything there was to know about the item being reviewed so I don't really feel adequate enough..although I'm guessing press documentation and research is likely a large part of every review so perhaps I am just psyching myself out. Reply
  • Ian Cutress - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I know some other websites have this methodology, test elsewhere then have another writer, though I am completely against it. Part of the passion of writing and for/against the product comes in the testing. If the product is not up to scratch and requires debugging, that comes through in the writing as well. If I were merely supplied a list of numbers, the review would be wholly dull and not worth anyone's time.

    Writing is an ongoing and learning process - I am also learning every week despite being a writer here for three years. I go back to my first list of reviews and shudder a little, compared to the effort I now put in to understanding the technology and the nuances between product lines. But I did not let that stand in my way to begin with. Everyone has to start from somewhere, and I had no previous writing experience in the tech field.

    Being able to debug and find the cause of XYZ, or at least the mentality to, helps in reviewing. A desire to learn about a field and become an expert in it are always long term pluses. Not everything you review will be spectacular, and there are always more market segments than just the ultra high-end. Sometimes that is forgotten and everyone focuses on the super. Reviewing a mid-low range product can be a humbling yet super fun experience.
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  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I think there's definitely a middle ground between running numbers and posting a huge in-depth review. There are situations where we need someone to run a few numbers and do a short Pipeline piece with an update on things. It sounds like you might be a good fit for a position like that! Drop us an email :)

    Also keep in mind that, as Jarred pointed out earlier, when I started AnandTech I was 14 and knew absolutely nothing. I had a willingness and a desire to learn, and that's what's most important. Out of all of my experiences over the past 17 years, the most invaluable has been the knowledge I've gained from working in this industry. If you show up humble, willing to accept what you don't know and willing to ask questions to learn and better yourself - this will be an amazing gig. You have to be willing to put in the time, and it does take a considerable amount of time, but the education you receive is unparalleled. I know I'm still learning things today at a very rapid pace.

    Agreeing with Ian on his statement below - I believe the person reviewing the hardware and the person testing it must be one and the same. It's not the most efficient approach but I believe it is the most honest/thorough.

    Take care,
    Anand
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  • BMNify - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Anand, why not just get rid of Dailytech section, as it is their blogging is worse than tabloids and lowers the standard of Anandtech, DT makes engadget and verge look unbiased and professional lol. Try and get some other decent startup blog or just delete the section to maintain the standard set by Anandtech. Reply
  • StealthGhost - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    Thank you for your reply, it has given me much to think about and some soul searching to do. I love technology, have degrees in and am perusing higher technology related degrees but I'm still unsure of what I want to do and where I would fit best. I benchmark and tweek as a hobby so it seemed like something that might work but I never gave it more than a passing thought.

    I did, however, have some ideas about Bench. I use Anandtech Bench a great deal but there are times where it is out of date (Pre-2014 GPU for example) or doesn't have a game or phone or whatnot. Have you ever thought about expanding/putting more into Bench? It may just be me but I see it as an amazing tool that isn't really found elsewhere, it just could use some attention. The only places that seem to do something similar (example: http://gpuboss.com/) actually use Anandtech benchmarks in a lot of their data so why not make the source the one stop shop so to say?
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  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    Your thoughts are definitely in the right place - drop us an email :) Reply
  • amrs - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    I remember the old Byte magazine did that, when they briefly tried to be a Wintel magazine before folding. They took it so far that they didn't even publish the tests, only results and if wanted to see the tests you had to buy it separate.

    That didn't work out for Byte and seems like a somewhat dangerous road to take. What if the outside tester starts accepting money to skew the results to favor some vendor over another? Faith in test results is a delicate thing in any case. The depth and (perceived) integrity is what brings me here after all.
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  • Homeles - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Is there a rough deadline for these submissions? Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    A month. Reply
  • Drazick - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Could you please just hire someone to publish things to your Google+ account?
    That would be great.
    Reply
  • themeinme75 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    thank you for you sincerity. Reply
  • B3an - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Nice. About time guys, i've been saying you should get more writers for a long time. Reply
  • ben.avellone - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Love this site! Been coming here since I was 15 or so... 7 years!
    Maybe I'll stir up some courage and write a piece to submit :)

    Good luck to all the applicants!
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  • Souka - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Definitely need more writers.... we absolutely have enough editors!!!!

    (aka... "you used 'there' instead of 'they're' on the 2nd paragraph")
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  • wrkingclass_hero - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    When you said "although not specifically listed here, we're also looking to expand video content on the site. If you've got a knack for video work, feel free to pass along a sample" did you mean that you are also looking for videographers? Or did you mean that you were looking for a writer that also could do video? Reply
  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    The latter. We're not ready to go all-in on video, but if someone prefers video as a method of content distribution rather than written posts it's definitely something we're willing to entertain.

    Take care,
    Anand
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  • wrkingclass_hero - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Oops, I already sent a sample from a documentary that I am working on. If you ever need a videographer or an extra photographer for conventions or events around the Bay Area, I'd honestly do it for free as long as you give me a badge. It would be an honor. You guys produce the best articles on the internet, and I am constantly learning and gaining insight from you guys. Reply
  • Der Keyser - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    Hi Anand

    As a 7 years+ daily reader on your site, I would really like to express my concerns about your explorations into using more video in your reviews. While video certainly can be a very effective means of relaying information it can also be the exact opposite thing. Judging from the comments section on this site, most people here are very much "above average intelligence", and probably the most knowledgeable audience on any generally available tech site. The major problem with video is that you cannot selectively scan/read sections based on your prior knowledge and interest. Besides, It's impossible to search effectively and the need for earphones/speakers makes it impossible to consume in a setting where your attention is simultaniously needed elsewhere (workplace / at home with the kids/family and so forth).

    Please make sure everything important stays textbased on anandtech and that video remains a feature for examplifying and adding "eyes on" detail to reviews.

    Just my two cents.

    -Der Keyser
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  • davidcTecher - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    I agree entirely. I dislike how lots of instructional content (e.g. khan academy) is all video-based as it makes it hard to skim over content one already knows and get to stuff that's new/interesting for each individual. The reason I like AT over other tech news/blog sites is that AT often teaches me design details about the hardware. I can appreciate video reviews for products where the form factor matters (e.g., smartphones). Reply
  • Nephelai - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Hopefully this returns the site to the days of old where reviews where of better quality and more frequent. Today I hardly have reason to visit as it seems like it goes weeks without anything new. The change in site format wasn't great either. Reply
  • Otkudja - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    For any other site I would probably try to write, but anandtech is a level above the others. keep up the great work, you are the most objective site that I know and I read quite a lot. Sorry guys, your problem is that you have raised the bar to high... Reply
  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    We all started with very little knowledge. This is as much of an opportunity to learn as it is to write. My assumption is and always will be that the best writers are those who haven't been discovered yet. Keep in mind what I said in my post:

    "We're looking for writers with a true passion for the technology we cover, a deep understanding of what's out there and a *thirst for more knowledge*."

    You need to be aware of what's out there/what's important, but the knowledge comes as a part of the gig. No one is expected to be an expert up front, but over time you'll get there. I'm reminded of my promise to Brian Klug when he first joined. I told him that within 3 years I could see him being the best in the smartphone review space, from my perspective I believe that's mission accomplished. What's important are the ingredients, we help you bake the cake :)

    Take care,
    Anand
    Reply
  • nbatothemax - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    How long should a sample be? Reply
  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    It should be something you'd see on AnandTech. Make every word count, length doesn't matter but thoroughness and quality of coverage are what matter to us. Reply
  • nosirrah123 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    As a bored 15 year old with way too much time and love for computers and not enough money to buy a rig, this would literally be my dream job. Even though I think you guys are looking for 20's-30's professional writers, I'm still gonna take a shot, because hey, what do I have to lose? Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Absolutely nothing. If you want to write for us, we encourage you to give it a shot. Reply
  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Your first sentence sounds a lot like me from the late 90s :) Reply
  • nosirrah123 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Does that mean I get extra points? Reply
  • Egg - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Are you looking for copy editors? I honestly think the prose is sometime... lacking on this site, even if the content is top-notch. Reply
  • blzd - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    I look forward to more quality reviews and articles from Anandtech in the future. Reply
  • nosirrah123 - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    How long will you be accepting submissions? I wanna polish what I have as long as I can :). Reply
  • Kristian Vättö - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    For about a month as posted earlier. Reply
  • Notmyusualid - Friday, January 24, 2014 - link

    Man, I'd love to be all over this.

    Lifetime as a radio & network engineer, certified in IT too, but my Cisco CCIE studies swallow every non contracted day I have, and then some.

    But maybe one day...

    Nice to see you are poaching from the readership, many clued-up people here. But as someone hinted at, if you start narrowing down results - you need to give them some hardware to test with...

    I'm surprised you are not able to afford temps, from specialized backgrounds, to provide reviews as required. But then I've no idea of your business model.

    Love the site. Brilliant.

    - Me.
    Reply
  • Kristian Vättö - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    The way I see things, the issue with professionals is that they often have a job history with a conflict of interest. It would jeopardize the credibility of the review if the author had a history in any of the companies involved in the review, which would likely occur sooner than later.

    I think Q&As and interviews work better because they tend to focus on just one product/company, whereas reviews always include comparisons to competing products. Furthermore, we're usually briefed by companies before the review goes up, which gives us one-on-one time with the professionals to ensure that all our questions are answered (though the answers may be limited due to the protection of the company's IP).

    In the end, our job is to prove and filter what the companies say in order to provide objective, yet detailed information and recommendations :-)
    Reply
  • Morawka - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    What does it pay?
    How is Pay Determined? per article
    Is there a word count/page count requirement?

    Thanks
    Reply
  • dexterx - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    Any deadline for sending the article/sample(s)? Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Saturday, January 25, 2014 - link

    This one has been asked a couple of times now. It's one month. Reply
  • dexterx - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    okie..thanks...didn't read all the comments... Reply
  • MLSCrow - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    I have a passion for all of the above and have been reading Anandtech since its birth. I would love to write for the company and will gladly answer the call. Thanks for the opportunity! Reply
  • dexterx - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    Any deadline for sending the article(s)? Kindly reply, I have a hectic week and will plan accordingly...Thank you... Reply
  • Kristian Vättö - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    One month. Reply
  • dexterx - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    thanks... Reply
  • ssj3gohan - Sunday, January 26, 2014 - link

    I think I would probably qualify as a writer for Anandtech and I would love to work with you if it were just for the opportunity to argue with Brian on the podcast... but I don't have the time. I think I even wrote a proper application two times now for the previous calls for writers, but decided at the last moment that I really shouldn't. There are probably dozens of people who have done just the same.

    Best of luck in finding great writers and don't forget to include them in a podcast now and again so we can get to know them ;)
    Reply
  • zodiacfml - Monday, January 27, 2014 - link

    I do hope for the best for this site. Though I don't buy equipment that much but the articles are highly informative and a form of entertainment for me. All reviews are very satisfying. For example, the monitor reviews are sufficient in content.

    The problem with above is it gets pretty addictive that I go to this site multiple times a day for new content. :)
    Reply
  • cbrownx88 - Tuesday, January 28, 2014 - link

    How about a readers call for content! Homepage has been static for a few business days now, everybody alright? Reply
  • Anonymous1a - Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - link

    How many sample pieces of writing do you require? Reply
  • Eckej - Friday, January 31, 2014 - link

    Having sent a sample in a few days ago, I am worried that my choice of subject matter wasn't really ideal. I wonder, are the articles used to look at writing style, or are you interested in the choice of subject as well?

    Bearing this in mind, would it be worth sending in a further sample?
    Reply
  • hoatbut - Tuesday, February 04, 2014 - link

    I enjoy reading the AT website for several years. I am sending in my humble sample.
    Thanks.
    Reply
  • Lunyone - Saturday, February 08, 2014 - link

    I submitted a sample of my writing on the Acer V5 laptop, that I won back in 9/2013. I would love to do laptops/GPU's/PSU's/PC components. Reply
  • SplitKick - Tuesday, April 01, 2014 - link

    Any updates on this? Reply

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