Jason Coles is a freelancer for How-To Geek and a lifelong nerd. He's written about a wide variety of topics from tech to gaming, with bylines at The Inventory, Eurogamer, TechRadar, and more.
Jason initially started out writing for The Digital Fix long before its assimilation into Network N, before making it a full-time endeavor early in 2019. Since then, he's been freelancing for a wide variety of sites, writing about a wide variety of topics.
Alongside thoroughly enjoying gaming and tech in general, he's also a qualified personal trainer who's always happy to spend his time doing exercise or running after his daughter, both of which count as being healthy. You can find him on Twitter @EnotheStrife.
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