There’s a new one-stop shop for nerdy science gifts, and I’m legitimately concerned it’s going to eviscerate my savings.
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…
Do you know the difference between an AT-AT and an AT-ST? What's the Vulcan farewell message? Where's the Truth, according to Mulder? Test your geekdom level with this 50 things a geek should know infographic.
These Neon Genesis Evangelion Chopsticks are supposed to mimic the entry plugs of the Evangelions in the famous anime. The plug can even be opened to reveal the pilot hiding inside your chopsticks.
Just look at them! They're cute and colorful, with blown up illustrations of your favorite electronic components, crazy nerdtastic prints, or quirky fun images. I think I'll get two pillow covers to make up for my iPadless-ness.
What are you going out as this Halloween? If it's geeky, we want to see it. There just might be a free pizza in it for you.
Looking for something to decorate your fridge with this V-Day, here's magnets of men weeping. Maybe it's just me, but if I really wanted to see grown ass men cry, I'd just start dating again.
Here's something from 2004 worth bringing up again as it circulates the blogs. I am guessing that wedding bands featuring male and female 8P8C Ethernet connectors have a somewhat limited demand. I mean, sure I have met geeks that would be right into this, but never a pair of them, though the fact that they are sold…
If you want to wear fandom on your sleeve without going all Star Wars t-shirt on us, then you might want to pick something a little more subdued and cerebral. But still, you know, dorky. If you want to come out about your science fiction love to the world, there are a few cool indie t-shirt designers out there to help.
Recycling circuit boards for use as everyday, decorative objects is nothing new—but you have to hand it to a guy who takes the concept this far. Although, I doubt that you would be pulling in a lot of tail rollin' down the street in a circuit-board-covered beater with Thomas Dolby blaring on the radio. [Nerdcore via …