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Things to do with your old USB drives
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What kind of geek are you?
What kind do you want me to be?
Why do you consider yourself a geek?
I'm a geek?
How did you find out about our Geek community?
Yellow Pages
What are your "geeky equipment" specs?
I don't wear glasses
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What makes you laugh?
What is the thing in life you treasure most?
The thing I treasure in life most is life
What's the geekiest thing you've ever done?
Yet to be done
What do you do to entertain yourself?
Isn't that kind of a private question ? :P
Favorite music, movies, books, shows, artists, games, people, events, hobbies, etc.?
If it's well done I like it. I don't really have a preferred genre

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Why is getting followers on Twitter so important to some?

Posted on October 22, 2010 at 1:00pm 4 Comments

OK, First of let me start by stating I'm in no way trying to put down

Twitter users. But I just don't understand why some people think it's so

important to get people to follow them on Twitter. I can think of a lot

more things that one should get accomplished in life besides the amount

of followers on Twitter. And it's not just Twitter either it's most

social network sites. It seems that in today's world your social skills

are measured by how many people you have… Continue

Stare the Blue Screen of Death in the face and laugh

Posted on December 16, 2009 at 1:30am 10 Comments

There are few things worse then plugging away at your computer only to have your application freeze up and your screen suddenly turn blue. This happens to almost every computer user, and if you've seen it, you've automatically been admitted to the Blue Screen Of Death club.

The Blue Screen Of Death, which is commonly referred to as the BSOD, is the most obvious and unnerving way your computer can tell you something has gone very wrong. The technical term for the BSOD is the "stop… Continue

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At 12:54pm on February 27, 2010, DogReader said…
Happy Birthday, Dmitri!
At 7:07am on May 27, 2009, Bob said…

LOVE the new avatar!!!!!
At 8:40am on May 26, 2009, Bob said…

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