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AcceleNation, first and foremost, is a technology journal and news relay for the PC hardware enthusiast.  Beginning in 1997 as for the purpose of disseminating hardware news and reviews to members of a LAN party group, it quickly grew in scope and readership.  Merging with at the end of 1998, the name changed to and it was under that domain that the site experienced a significant growth in international exposure.  Finally, after years of broadening coverage of PC technology, the 3D portion of the name seemed inaccurate. became in 2001.

Thomas Monk

Thomas is our longest serving steward of the site though he also happens to be our most knowledgeable regular contributor.  His even-minded disposition and uncanny insight into the evolution of technology trends lends an inherent integrity to his analysis and review.  Powered by an acute attention to detail, and relentlessly thorough, Thomas has been responsible for some our most popular articles for over a decade.

Jason P. Brown

As a co-founder of, Jason’s consistent role has been the design, implementation, and administration of the site.  Though initially an active writer/editor, his contributions outside of web technology have been limited to occasional articles in recent years.  However, don’t be surprised to see him voice an opinion of a new game, or social technology trend.

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