Chris Urie has been writing everything from reviews to features and interviews since 2010. In addition to being a contributor to Arcade Sushi and Guyspeed, he's a staff writer for Geekadelphia, covering everything from 8-bit music concerts to interviews with prominent Philadelphia Geeks. He's also the resident bookshelf expert for Quirk Books. You can find more of his occasional musings at his website. When not tweeting @chrisurie, he can likely be found swinging around Columbia on his Skyhook.
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