Meet Kristin and Zachary. They're a geeky couple who love each other and geeky things so it was fitting that they decided to have the geekiest wedding ever. How geeky? How about Nintendo cartridge invitations. Doctor Who shoes. A Star Wars guestbook. A Lego cake. Butterbeer. An Xbox achievement for the first kiss. And…
How do you revive the Shit Girls Say meme that's dead not only because we all grew tired of it but because YouTube productivity assassins (aka movie makers) simply ran out of different types of people to make fun of? You reverse it and switch it into shit people would NEVER say. Like nerds thinking comic books and…
San Diego Comic Con has wrapped up and E3 has been long over, which means two of the biggest "nerd" conventions are gone until next year. That's okay! If you've ever been to a convention like that, no matter how much fun you have or think it will be you'd know that going too often will take years off your life. But…
Geeks come in all shapes, sizes, forms, kinds, heights, hair colors, ethnicities and yes, even gender. This lovely little music video by The Doubleclicks shows off geek girls who have "Nothing to Prove" about their geekiness. Geek girls are constantly and wrongfully tested about their geekiness because us dimwitted…
Oh man. I have a new addiction. Or guilty pleasure. Or whatever you call it when you watch shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians because you love how the family sticks together. It's called Geek Love and it's amazing. An online reality TV show, the series focuses on geeks who are looking for, well, love.
Sure you could buy an SSD or an iPad mini or a Samsung Galaxy S III but where's the fun in that? Those gifts would be great and if they're a self-respecting geek, they should get that themselves. These made up gag gifts by Joy of Tech though? Torturous comedic gold.
No one wears ties anymore. Even fewer people wear bow ties. They're really freaking hard to tie, for one. And the resulting aesthetic is, shall we say, unusual.
Comic Con NY is wrapping up this weekend and it's mostly a nerdfest shit show with the occasional girl dressed in cosplay, creeps who don't know they're being creepy creeping and the same people over and over again. Here's 15 people you'll see at Comic Con:
It makes me sad—emo-kid sad. Why do so many self-proclaimed geeks hold so much disdain for so-called hipsters?
Our old hero, futurist, architect and inventor Buckminster Fuller is the subject of an exhibition that starts in Madrid in two weeks.
Being a geek no longer holds the stigma it once did. In fact, it can be downright cool to be a geek these days. But not all geeks are created equal.
A professor recently declared "nerd" and "geek" derogatory words, to "be avoided." I agree it should be avoided—but for different reasons.
What you're watching is "JRefleX93" playing Mr. Crowley in Guitar Hero on expert. With his elbow. While he does this, there are going to be two Rubik's Cubes entering the frame. By the end of the video they are solved.
John Hodgman, now perhaps best known as the PC in the "I'm a Mac" ads, spoke at the Radio and Television Correspondents Association Dinner about nerds, Trekkies, and President Obama's favorite "name-brand smartphone [he] shall not name, for contractual reasons."