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Love Your Geek By Karl Susman
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You don't know how lucky you are. You have a Computer Geek in your realm. You have that Special Someone who is always there for you, for free, to fix, well, just about anything and everything that... More > happens to your computer. They are your personal "always-on-call" computer "fixers;" your personal helper with All Things Computer.< Less
Geek Love Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Geek Love Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions,... More > Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Geek Love.< Less
The Geek Diet By Mark Faithfull
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Effective long term weight loss is about psychology not biology – we lose weight with our minds not our mouths. The Geek Diet will show you how to eat the foods you love, but still lose weight... More > and keep it off. Easy to follow and use with its simple rules based approach - its more than a diet, its a way of life As featured on WIRED.COM, HappyWorker.com and LifeHacker< Less
The Geek Diet By Mark Faithfull
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Effective long term weight loss is about psychology not biology – we lose weight with our minds not our mouths. The Geek Diet will show you how to eat the foods you love, but still lose weight... More > and keep it off. Easy to follow and use with its simple rules based approach - its more than a diet, its a way of life As featured on WIRED.COM, HappyWorker.com and LifeHacker< Less
Caster's Blog: A Geek Love Story By Marcus Alexander Hart
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Ray Caster is a regular guy who drew the short stick on life. He works in a miserable office doing a miserable job. He gets no respect from his co-workers. For that matter, he gets no respect from... More > his friends. Caster's existence is one pathetic downward spiral of TiVo and fast food until the day his life is turned upside-down by a goddess from an auto parts store. With its snappy, conversational writing style, Caster's Blog captures the comedy and tragedy of geek life from a first-hand perspective. To learn more about Caster's Blog, or to download the entire book as a free PDF, visit CastersBlog.com.< Less
#geekG@D By Patrick Luby
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Tim O'Donnell is just your average friendly neighbourhood geek. He works in IT, watches old sci-fi shows and collects comic books. His life is pretty normal. That is, until he meets an old man called... More > Charles. Charles is more than he seems and he takes Tim on a fantastical journey across the universe and to Heaven and back. He just needs Tim to do one thing. Fall in love. He needs a geek to win the heart of a girl. Impossible, right?< Less
The Poor Geek's Cook Book By Steven Garrett
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This is a simple cook book designed with the average geek in mind. Be they an anime fan, a furry, a gamer, or anything else, this book was designed to introduce them to cooking at home, conventions,... More > parties, or events for very little money! This book will hopefully kindle a love of cooking in them, and get them started down the path of preparing more food for themselves rather than take-out or out of a box. The perfect gift for any geek going out into the world, holidays, or for personal use year-round! For those who wish a cheaper version, the digital copy can be bought here: http://www.lulu.com/content/4852839< Less
The Poor Geek's Cook Book By Steven Garrett
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This is a simple cook book designed with the average geek in mind. Be they an anime fan, a furry, a gamer, or anything else, this book was designed to introduce them to cooking at home, conventions,... More > parties, or events for very little money! This book will hopefully kindle a love of cooking in them, and get them started down the path of preparing more food for themselves rather than take-out or out of a box. The perfect gift for any geek going out into the world, holidays, or for personal use year-round! If you like the digital version, a hard-cover version can be purchased at http://www.lulu.com/content/4850142< Less
Geeks Bearing Gifts By Ted Nelson
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THE PERFECT GIFT – Whether you love the computer world the way it is, or consider it a nightmare honkytonk prison, you'll giggle and rage at Ted Nelson's telling of computer history, its... More > personalities and infights. Computer movies, music, 3D; the eternal fight between Jobs and Gates; the tangled stories of the Internet and the World Wide Web; all these and more are punchily told in brief chapters on many topics such as The Web Browser Salad, Voting Machines, Google, Web 2.0 and much more. These short stories make great reading – it's a book to dip in and out of. You'll find answers to such questions as "Why do alphabets have upper case, why not numbers?""Why does everything have to be hierarchical on computers? That's not how *my* projects are organized!" "Where did WYSIWYG come from?" The answer will surprise you. Plus, you'll find out why the author, a well-known computer veteran, hopes it can all become much better.< Less
Emotions from the Heart of an Erotic Geek By Virginia "Jenny" Tucker
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Travel through the heart your ordinary female geek as she experiences crushes, first loves, first heart break, relationships, and ultimately finding her true love. Written completely in poetic form... More > it follows the chronological order our emotions when it comes to dealing with matters of the heart. Love is a bittersweet emotion to experience. Sometimes it is the absolute best thing in the world. While I other times you wish it never existed. We are all human and this is an emotion all of us have experienced at some point. Of course we all have different circumstances in our lives, so not every person will encounter or experience the emotion in the same manner. This emotion is what makes being a human so fantastic. We have the ability to feel, both good and bad. Sometimes, we can even control how it turns out. This is monumental that we are able to experience something so complex. Maybe someday we will completely understand the concept of love and role it plays in human development.< Less