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The minute toys and singular collectibles that keep watch over the home offices

Thanks to Ars Technica’s singular staff-from-all-over arrangement, we don’t mostly see how the coworkers classify their home offices. There’s also the matter of us being a garland of disproportionate children who keep, and proudly display, all kinds of toys, movement figures, dolls, and other nerdy decorations in the home offices.

Thus, this latest book of the ongoing “how Ars works” series focuses privately on the toys and characters that keep watch over the desks, chairs, coffee mugs, and other home-office accoutrements.

A few Ars staffers have outed themselves as quite pack-ratty fondle collectors, so those people (Sam Machkovech, Aurich Lawson, and Jonathan Gitlin) have their collections broken out as apart galleries.

The rest of the somewhat some-more calm staffers’ collections can be seen in this last gallery, below.

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Listing picture by Aurich Lawson



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