Hmm. 51.67653% – Super Geek. Oh well. Slightly disappointing. ;) Then
again, I’m not part of the usual(?!) geek culture. I don’t really dig
media or collect stuff. I’m a free software, text UI kind of girl.
Geek Love (February 22, 2005, 0) - Revision from Dominique Cimafranca:
One of the hallmarks of the stereotypical male computer nerd is his
ineptitude with members of the opposite sex. Especially those of the
attractive kind. Most especially those of the attractive and intelligent
kind. Just read one of the many strips of Dilbert which deals with the
Cliched as the image may be,
Social Tech Brewing: Sticky stickers (August 9, 2006, 0) - Amber MacArthur took a break during the Social Tech Brewing panel
to call attention to the sticker on my laptop and the pin on my
backpack. The sticker on my laptop reads, “The geek shall inherit the
earth.” I got it from the Software Freedom Day leftovers from the
Philippines. The pin reads, “No, you can’t just explain it
Geek girl T-shirts (October 6, 2005, 0) - The two women from HR wore Google Women’s Tees.
From the website: “We originally designed this shirt for our efforts in recruiting women engineers.”
Seeing the shirt on them made me think about my geekwear, and why I
found the Google Women’s Tee a bit strange.
I like wearing tech shirts. They’re a great way to identify myself to
And now for a bit of lighthearted fun… (January 19, 2005, 0) - “Sexiest Geek Alive” is a geek pageant done right. =) Google for it or
be lazy and just check out the following links.
Why does it work? ’cause it’s as geeky as heck.
Positive stuff about women in technology:
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