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
Geek dinners (August 31, 2005, 0) - Geek Dinners is a well-attended geek get-together blog based in the UK.
I want to set up something like that in the Philippines.
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:
On Technorati: digitalpinay, issues, women, philippines
Pfft. Geek bias. (November 5, 2004, 0) - 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.
Toastmasters (February 1, 2006, 0) - Good to be back in Toastmasters. For the table topics game, I asked
people to tell me what they liked the most about Toronto. Everyone had
fun talking about Toronto, and I added a few new items to my list of
things to do or see while I’m here. It turned out that one of the
guests was also