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geekdom

n. the realm of the hard-studying students or geeks. This dorm is not exactly geekdom. Almost all the guys here are on academic probation.
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Have the superior race, far away in the galaxies somewhere, done away with their crass needs and wants and the half-yearly new versions of laptops, tablets and mobile phones that send shivers of excitement in geekdom, I ponder.
We want to convert more people into beer geeks," enthuses Dillon, "or at least pique their interest if we can't get them all the way to geekdom.
Now it's time to take your eco geekdom to new heights.
The British have traditionally seen maths as an uncool subject, unlike countries such as France, Germany and America - where geekdom is revered rather than derided - and it would be wonderful if by increasing maths education the subject loses its stigma here.
No parent, surely, can wish geekdom or nerdity on their offspring?
Promises of elitism, geekdom, betrayal and greed are fueling anticipation for the Oct.
One of the most popular Android devices in geekdom right now, this phone has all the necessary ingredients to take on the iPhone.
But, geekdom can now overcome all; with night-vision technology, you can in effect turn on the lights and see all of this.
For instance, last year, District of Columbia Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra opened up stores of raw city-government data and, taking a page from the Athenians, challenged enterprising computer programmers to a contest to come up with useful applications for the information--a concept he is now pursuing nationwide as Obama's tech czar, as Charles Homans reports in the current issue ("The Geekdom of Crowds," page 13).
To borrow a little from Star Trek geekdom, there seems to be infinite manufacturing and technological diversity through infinite combinations.
From geekdom in a lab or on the job to a computer scientist member of a video game creation team questioning the purpose perhaps even the morality of topless-girl-on-bikes game (called "BMX XXX") she was working on, to a biologist's view of the dating world, She's Such a Geek
So let's stick with new looks and head back to Bold Street, scene of last week's dalliance with comicbook geekdom, because the old thoroughfare's undergoing its own refit as we speak.
If you are not an inhabitant of geekdom, you'd probably never heard of Jotspot, until last week, when Google purchased the little-known web application provider for an undisclosed amount.