I'm a geek, tried and true. Beyond the rough, manly, witty, sly, sexy, gorgeous, not to mention fabulously incredible, humble and beastly physical specimen people interact with on a day-to-day basis exists the heart and soul of a geek! Whether it's disassembling my MP3 to get it to work, or voiding my laptop's warranty by removing the backing in order to fix an annoying "whir" sound (note: it was already expired), I pride myself in my geekdom, and typically don't notice it 95% of the time. Here are some random things that amuse me on a geeky level. Hopefully more will come, likely in the form of self-directed projects.

The Code of the Geeks Resources

My geek code can be found here. You can find out more at The Code of the Geeks v3.12, as well as at The Geekest Link. Afterwards you can go to The Geek Code Decoder Page a nifty little thing that decodes Geek Code that's been written. If you're lazy, try out The Geek Generator made by Dylan Northrup, the same person who formatted The Code of the Geeks in HTML at Also a place where you can find The Geek Decoder, another Geek Code decoder.


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This site was last played with on Saturday 2009/01/17 at 8:34.59 am PST.
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