There’s a new indie movie coming called Pulp, a British comedy set in the geek world of comic books and conventions. Its trailer contains a scene in which an unlikeable cop named Tyler Jake rips Star Wars apart, and as you might suspect, it’s quite the button-pusher.
You think you’re a geek? Okay, but are you willing to put your money where your mouth is? A pair of British geeks did, besting the world record for the longest name — and they did it by renaming themselves after famous superheroes and supervillains.
Clever designer Karen Hallion has created a T-shirt design that takes the friend “Circles” concept from Google+ and brings it firmly into geek territory.
Geek culture. It certainly is not new, but heck, I am still sometimes not sure what it is really supposed to be. I think it’s one of those things that can’t be easily pinned down. So I found this article titled “Five Reasons Geek Culture Should Go Away”, and quite understandably, it immediately caught my [...]
Anyone who has had to go to chemistry class (practically all of us, I suppose) knows just how much fun the periodic table of elements can be. On the other hand, it can also be a fixture in one’s nightmares, especially when the time to sit for an exam comes. This guy, Russell Walks, has [...]
I love Geek Dads – they make being a geek cool, sexy, and sensible all at the same time. There’s this recent post that just got me staring off into space thinking. I am not a parent (yet) but their posts really get my brain working overtime. The post I am talking about is titled [...]