Posts tagged geek

20th January, 10:07 pm

coder girl is my new favorite song

21st October, 12:39 am

nerd merit badges is a cool idea, but they need more. many more

4th May, 4:19 pm

not sure if this is lame or not. hmm, probably

11th April, 8:18 pm

i'm tempted to get the l33t scrabble tiles for a high nerdosity factor [via brock]

17th February, 11:02 pm

nerd distractions - a conversation in comments between warren ellis and joss whedon

17th September, 10:05 pm

super happy dev house 4 was awesome - photographic evidence

27th June, 7:34 pm

mr salt has located some excellently geeky clothing made from computer and electronics nerdery.

26th February, 7:41 pm

the googlemini seems pretty damn cool. i want one, if just for the case.

15th February, 3:09 pm

it was really only a question of time before someone tried it - ipod shuffles in a raid configuration

19th January, 11:28 pm

i usually avoid gizmodo linkage, but the keychain plants are too cool for school.

10th August, 5:36 pm

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2nd July, 5:11 pm

a nice photo from back in february at etcon. who were the people in the front? stew? neb? helen?

2nd July, 10:45 am

ell found this excellent site (parodied here) which puports to allow you to talk to geek girls for $3 a minute. It's kinda tempting to give it a try next time i need some unix sysadmin assistance, though i suspect the girls might be less geeky than they claim :)

30th March, 11:45 pm

m-k-m would love this: the history of the meep. from becca

28th March, 9:51 pm

lunch today with robert scoble (microsoft), tim bray (w3c/xml) and some other geeks in vancouver. after scoble mentioned that he'd given bill a demo of flickr (woo!), he spoke about how he searches weblogs (via technorati) for microsoft product mentions, then in the case of somebody complaining about a feature, forwards a link to the person in charge of the product. i mean, wow. if you post on your weblog about some missing feature in outlook, the outlook project manager might well end up reading that. who would have thought that ms was such a responsive company?

25th March, 11:46 pm

purchased from ikea: one ice cube tray, to make small ice hearts. no girl can resist. next must formulate plan to lure ice-seeking-geek-girls into apartment.

21st March, 4:27 pm

jeff veen make the best presentations. well, maybe cerveny's are better, but veen is awsome.

7th March, 2:45 pm

what we need is more geek-oriented guides like this japanese as a programming language article

4th March, 8:38 pm

only a few days in vancouver and i find myself hoplessly addicted to jolt cola. with a seven-eleven about 10 metres from the office, i'm doomed to a sugary death. yay!

22nd February, 6:42 am

is learning pi to 1500 digits any more than an impressive (geek) party trick? would it actually be useful in a mathematical sense, or even just in a memory training sense?

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