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  Geek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Geek may not always have the same meaning as the term nerd (see nerd for a discussion of the disputed relation between the terms).
Geeks usually have a strong case of neophilia.
Most geeks are adept with computers and treat hacker as a term of respect, but not all are hackers themselves - and some who are in fact hackers normally call themselves geeks anyway, because they (quite properly) regard 'hacker' as a label that should be bestowed by others rather than self-assumed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Geek   (1103 words)

 Geek - Encyclopedia Dramatica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Geeks are nerds that almost get along and function non-awkwardly in real life.
Geeks can't help but associate with nerds because of common interests but often appear embarassed by the behavior of their nerd counterpart.
True geeks specialize in a particular programming language whereas the nerd will claim top-knowledge in multiple computer related topics from hardware to doing your mom.
www.encyclopediadramatica.com /index.php/Geek   (266 words)

 Geek - Wikipédia
Le geek "manga" (aussi appelé Otaku) ;: passionné de mangas, souvent inconnus et en sens de lecture japonais, il lit parfois même des imports en version originale.
Le geek "E.T." : est passionné par les extra-terrestres et persuadé qu'ils existent ; il échafaude souvent des théories sur le sujet.
Le geek peut aussi se croiser avec certains autres "stéréotypes sociaux", comme les gothiques ou les métalleux.
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Geek   (1553 words)

 What is a geek? at www.darkwater.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Geeks are generally social outcasts from mainstream america.
The unwritten geek credo states that originality and strangeness are good, and that blind conformity and stupidity are unforgivable.
Many nerds are also geeks, using the net as a safe screen to hide behind while practicing their social skills.
www.darkwater.com /omni/geek.html   (611 words)

 santa cruz / bay area geek social scene
santa cruz and the bay area hosts a very active geek social scene which has (like any other social circle) it's own interesting quirks to it.
these pages touch on a few areas of the geek culture and social scene, hoping to give a unfamiliar person an idea of what it's like here.
this is because in some regards once the internet became a commonplace part of most people's lives things that used to be "geek" aren't as unique.
www.geek.org   (231 words)

 A Girl's Guide to Geek Guys
All geeks harbor a secret fantasy about meeting some girl in cyberspace, carrying on an e-mail romance in which he has the chance to combine an activity he is comfortable with, computing, with one he is very uncomfortable with, socializing.
You do have to monitor your geek for weight gain; however, remember that most of their days are spent sitting and staring at a monitor.
Many geeks extend their work friendships into what they jokingly refer to as RL (Real Life, also known as "that big room with the ceiling that is sometimes blue and sometimes fl with little lights").
www.completeevil.com /geek.html   (1158 words)

 The Code of the Geeks v3.12
To facilitate the fact that within any one category the geek may not be able to determine a specific rating, variables have been designed to allow this range to be included.
Because GEEK is often synonymous with TREKKIE (real geeks aren't so anal as to label themselves TREKKER), it is important that all geeks list their Trek rating.
Because geeks are so wrapped up in their sexuality (or lack of sexuality for that matter), it is important that the geek be willing to quantify their sexual experiences.
www.geekcode.com /geek.html   (6098 words)

 The Jargon Lexicon 4.4.6 (October 25, 2003): geek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Most geeks are adept with computers and treat hacker as a term of respect, but not all are hackers themselves — and some who are in fact hackers normally call themselves geeks anyway, because they (quite properly) regard ‘hacker’; as a label that should be bestowed by others rather than self-assumed.
Earlier versions of this lexicon defined a computer geek as one who eats (computer) bugs for a living — an asocial, malodorous, pasty-faced monomaniac with all the personality of a cheese grater.
This is often still the way geeks are regarded by non-geeks, but as the mainstream culture becomes more dependent on technology and technical skill mainstream attitudes have tended to shift towards grudging respect.
jargon.watson-net.com /jargon.asp?w=geek   (299 words)

 Geek Etiquette
I mean, they might be geeks in their own fields, but they’re not the computery open-sourcey Perly type that I usually talk about geeky stuff with.
Geeks are usually pretty hard to distract by appearance; we’re so used to dealing with people online that sometimes we don’t even notice someone’s physical appearance when we talk to them in person.
Manners within geek culture are completely different to the rest of the world, and there are a bunch of interesting things that happen along the edges of our culture when we try to deal with those outside.
geeketiquette.infotrope.net   (12277 words)

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If there is a "geek uniform" it is probably bluejeans (or polyester pants), a tee shirt (or short-sleeved polyester dress shirt), and glasses (with tape on the bridge of the nose for the truly advanced).
Geek, nerd, dweeb (although not exactly synonymous),...etc., etc. **4.0 What is the Geek Code?** When a young geek takes on the mantle of geekhood, he or she is honor-bound to abide by a set of rules...Oops.
Internal to the geeks however, these characteristics are desirable and are often persued to the point of absurd extremes.
www.ionet.net /~trichard/geek.faq.txt   (2368 words)

 Urban Dictionary: geek
To identify oneself as a "geek" indicates a recognition that most people still consider programming computers to be a bizarre act, along with a certain fierce satisfaction in being very good at their inglorious profession.
A geek is usually physically weak, but his/her goth/mosher friends will often stand up for him/her, as the geek usually puts his friends first.
Geeks have the advantage of being very capable socially, but usually only among other Geeks are they truely themselves.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=geek&r=f   (882 words)

 Geek : CafePress.com : Shop Over 28 Million Unique Gifts
Be proud about your geek status; show it off at the gym or running the track in a cool geek sweatshirt.
For geek guys, how about a sleeveless tee, or Fitted T - some geeks are hard bodies too you know.
Most dedicated geeks wear out their mousepads pretty quickly so help them celebrate geek culture with a new mousepad as a gift.
www.cafepress.com /cp/search/search.aspx?q=geeks   (360 words)

 The Geek Code   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
First, the internet of 1996 was still a wild untamed virgin paradise of geeks and eggheads unpopulated by script kiddies, and the denizens of AOL.
I mean, all the "geek" that was the Internet was gone and replaced by Xfiles buzzwords and politicians passing laws about a technology they refused to comprehend.
However, until that time does arrive, The Geek Code stands as it does now, still in the pure and pristine form it was intended.
www.geekcode.com   (224 words)

 Geek Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Below are some definitions of the word "geek", in order from oldest (and most archaic) to newest.
The computer geek is best known, but every field of academia and many areas of culture have their geeks.
There are politics geeks, geography geeks, geeks of the natural sciences, music geeks, history geeks, linguistics geeks, sports geeks, ham radio geeks, public transit geeks (metrophiles), anime and manga geeks (otaku), Star Trek geeks, geeks of many colours, genders, and styles.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/g/ge/geek.html   (238 words)

 The Geek Group
The Geek Group allows teachers to showcase technologies and demonstrations that they cannot do in the classroom because of the size, expense, or safety considerations involved.
The Geek Group opens those doors and allows these toys to be shared with anyone.
The Geek Group is the most unusual and amazing place you will ever take your students.
www.thegeekgroup.org   (555 words)

The Knitter's Geek Code consists of several categories, divided under the general headings of "identity" [what kind of knitter you are], "materials" [your preferred tools], "techniques" [what you can do and what you can't, or won't], and "habits" [that which makes you you].
The original Geek Code (and its original copyright notice, and the introductory material) is copyright © 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 by Robert A. Hayden.
The categories and descriptions for the Knitter's Geek Code (but not several parts of the introductory material, which is heavily borrowed and lightly modified from Robert Hayden) is copyright © 2004 by Katherine M. Pickering.
www.knitty.com /ISSUEspring04/FEATgeekcode.html   (2058 words)

 Technorati Tag: geek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Geek Computer Support You can call on us any time, any day to solve your computer problems, remove spyware, and eliminate viruses.
Wow… this is a first for me; a phishing email that claims to be meant to allow people to AVOID phishing schemes.
From the bedroom to the boardroom, fashionable geeks choose Geekboys Pocket Protectors for all their pocket protecting needs.
www.technorati.com /tags/geek   (545 words)

 Geek Out with the Original Geek Test
This test is a couple years old, and if you are a real geek you'll notice.
For example, it was a lot easier to be a Geek God on first version of the test.
A lot of geeks come back now and then to take the test and see if their scores have increased...
www.innergeek.us /geek.html   (335 words)

 Pathways: The Guide
Most geek girls have a very active online life; that may be the only part of their life that is active right now.
A geek girl might not be as comfortable with you in person as she is online; sometimes it's best to try the 'indirect' route first.
Jeans are the staple element of the geek girl wardrobe.
cs.wheatoncollege.edu /pathways/humor/GuideToGeekGirls.html   (1160 words)

 Define geek - a definition from Whatis.com
In computers and the Internet, a geek is a person who is inordinately dedicated to and involved with technology.
In some circles, it is considered a compliment to be called a geek because the term implies a high level of competence.
Historically, a geek was a circus person in the sideshow who performed some bizarre feat.
whatis.techtarget.com /definition/0,,sid9_gci212179,00.html   (195 words)

 Geek 2 Geek - The best place on the net to meet geeks
Geeks are special, and their interests don’t match the kinds of questions asked in other dating sites’ profiles.
Geeks make the best friends and lovers, because they're smart and they're loyal.
Learning more about Geek 2 Geek is simple, just give us a try.
www.gk2gk.com   (258 words)

 GeekGirl Global   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In its original meaning, the work "geek" identified a "carnival performer often billed as a wild man whose act usually included biting the head off a live chicken or snake." In more recent times, the word "geek" has come to identify "a person often of an intellectual bent who is disapproved of".
Despite the generally negative connotation indicated by these definitions, the last few years have seen the term "geek" most frequenty associated with and identifying devoted and highly knowledgeable users of personal computers, often also referred to (in a somewhat more positive sense) as "techies".
This "transformation" of the meaning of the word "geek" from a carnival performer who bites the heads off chickens or snakes, to a person highly knowledgeable about computers and the like, has also to a large extent altered the originally negative connotation of the term to one having a more positive meaning.
www.geekgirl.com   (177 words)

 Geek Fu Action Grip   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
She is a massive geek, obsessed with Babylon 5, sci fi/fantasy fiction, games, and RPG\’s, to name a few.
Geek Fu Action Grip will be joining Far Point Media in the future, so there may be some small changes around here.
Thanks to those who have emailed me, but Geek Fu is still on hiatus as I recover from the many deadlines I had this month.
www.geekfuactiongrip.com   (1328 words)

This Sunday, May 14th, come to Free Geek to buy, sell, and trade bike parts in the afternoon and party down at night.
Free Geek has been recycling computer equipment and empowering the future geeks of Portland for over five years.
If you want to get acquainted with FREE GEEK and join one of our volunteer programs, or just satisfy your curiosity, come down to FREE GEEK at noon or 6 pm any day we're open.
www.freegeek.org   (324 words)

 Geeks to the Rescue -- 369-GEEK -- We Fix Computers!
Geek Rescue was formed to support computer users that need help with all operating systems and manufacturers.
Geeks to the Rescue is made up of a team of Unix and CGI programmers, Java scripters, Web designers, Marketing professionals, and Account executives, all working together to continue to provide our clients with the best Internet presence available.
At Geeks to the Rescue, your web site will be treated to fast connections, award winning design, and the highest possible security available.
www.geekrescue.com   (678 words)

 Geek t-shirts, Computer t-shirts, Hacker tshirts, Linux | OffLine | Section Menu < Computer Culture
Computer geeks, hackers, sys admins, web gurus, gamers - we all speak our own language.
Geek girls, geek goddesses, we who are geeky and happen to be female.
Designs especially for little geeks -- though their adults might get a bigger kick out of them.
www.offlinetshirts.com /cgi-bin/ol/comp/compgeek.cgi/compgeek   (315 words)

 Innergeek: a Place for Geeks
You're probably looking for the geek test, which now features translations into French, German, Italian and Spanish!
For those of you who know you're geeks and have been here before, thanks for your continued interest in this friendly neighborhood geek domain.
There's also a lot of new stuff in the diversions section, including the Geek of the Week!
www.innergeek.us   (138 words)

 Geek Blog 2.3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Yes, I am a geek, and I have a social life.
I was up in early morning at 5:00 AM, far earlier than I or most geeks tend to do, and was out the door by 6 AM.
I have a busy day tomorrow, with a meeting with a reporter from the Winnipeg Free Press in the early evening, then a meetup with a CBC Radio guy who is talking to podcast enthusiasts across Canada, Tod Maffin, tomorrow night at Rae & Jerry's.
www.geekblog.net   (3589 words)

 The Geek Code Decoder Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Geek Code Version 3.12 to be sure your code is compliant with it.
Larry Wall has used this decoder, and has his decoded geek code on his WWW page.
Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire page is permitted in any medium, provided this notice is preserved.
www.ebb.org /ungeek   (275 words)

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