Geekwear (September 16, 2005, 0) - I actually like wearing geek swag: clothes and accessories with a
logo or geek reference. Geek swag identifies me to other geeks and
makes it easier for geeks of similar interests to start conversations
with me. I’m not the only one who thinks so.
I want geek swag, but I want geek swag that fits my lifestyle.
- I occasionally
Ruby versus Java (May 13, 2006, 0) - This is totally cool. I’m in the middle of a geek crowd discussing
Java vs Ruby, but there’s none of that “my language is better than
yours” vibe that often comes out in Linux distribution discussions. I
think what’s cool about it is that most people here use both, so we’re
just figuring out where one is better than
Hacking Society (April 4, 2003, 0) - On the compsci mailing list, Migz Paraz mentions the
Hacking Society, a pretty cool
I’d love a real-life space like this. Currently, I get this sort of
stimulation in irc.freenode.net#emacs, which has a high concentration
of – what else? – Emacs geeks who speak little LISP snippets like
it was their native language.
It would be nice to have this happen
T-Shirt-First Development (July 5, 2005, 0) - Kathy Sierra of Creating Passionate Users writes about T-Shirt First Development: how we just _love_ geek shirts.
AMEN! Excuse me while I gush. I have a Really Bad Thing for geek
T-shirts. I WANT THEM.
I totally love my baby tee with the Linux penguin. (A baby tee! It’s
the first time I’ve found a conference shirt that actually
Connecting people (May 8, 2006, 0) - Revisiting a website comment from Francis, I realized that I should
get him plugged into our cool geek network in the Philippines. So I
e-mailed a couple of friends, and here’s what Francis said:
*explodes with glee*
Thanks Ate! That just made my day. I can’t wait to get to learn from real
geeks (I’ve been missing out on so