Category Archives: Internet

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The Faceless Reality Of Geek Heroism

I got my attention called to a link posted by someone I follow on Twitter that talks a bit about how the new Ultimate Spider-Man is African-American and Latino, and the bit of a boat-shaking it’s caused in the comics community. Now, admittedly, when it

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The Podcastastic Geek Community

Yeah, I’ll be the first to admit it – I’m a podcast addict. There’s always that one person you know that owns an mp3 or other such media player that, when you see what they have stored on there, makes your eyes bug out more

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The Silliness Of Cynicipation

While I took my little break from blogging on the site, there was a bit of a curious trend that I’ve been seeing. Maybe it’s more than likely been around longer and I’ve only noticed it recently, but there sure seems to be a lot

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The Silly Setup Of Failure

A trend I tend to see in my travels across the world wide web reading about games and their release is a certain subsection of ¬†geek that’s always piqued my interest. No, I’m not talking about that strange guy who likes to refer to himself

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New Geek Toys

Most non-geeks remember getting toys at Christmas as kids and being excited about what they were getting. They’d get up early, try to catch a little bit of Santa if they could, and ultimately end up tearing open a large box that had everything they

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Kryptonian Traffic

As a modern geek, there are very few things that actually give me the sort of fear and dread that you reserve for monsters in your closet while you’re a kid. The thing is, I’ve written many a time about how geekery devices and modern

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The Variety Of Geek Love

Geeky folks have it so easy these days. When I was a kid, or even a teenager, I sort of had two modes of Valentine’s Day celebration – either I had someone in my life that I was involved in, or I didn’t. This might

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Hate-preciating The History

There’s probably been one thing or another during a geek’s time that he or she probably potentially disliked about their little subculture’s choice of media. More commonly than not, it is inevitably something hugely popular. Part of this is the fact that some of geekery

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The Value Of An MMO Leader’s Masochism

Recently, one of my readers (I do have them!) turned me onto this little gem of a book called “The Guild Leader’s Handbook” on Amazon, which is this little compendium if tips and tricks about being a leader in a group of people towards a