- n. Plural form of geek.
“Developing interfaces that make sense to geeks is easy.”
“Some of the motivation behind this rebranding lunacy, that they don't want to be thought of as a channel for "dysfunctional geeks" is frankly disgusting and insulting.”
“(Points to the Latin geeks in my audience who can quote it back to me in the original.)”
“They speak lies that sucker in geeks, and create unrealistic expectations.”
“I think the reason there are "cool nerds" and no "cool geeks" is because a geek doesn't need to be defined as cool.”
“The humor at the expense of geeks is always warm hearted, never mean.”
“Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the geekiest of geeks, is going to host Saturday Night Live, CNET reports today with tongue firmly in cheek.”
“Fast Company magazine has posted a very cool article called Rebel Alliance: How a small band of sci-fi geeks is leading Hollywood into a new era.”
“What makes it confusing to non-geeks is that hexadecimal uses the letters A, B, C, D, E, F and the numbers 0 – 9 to represent the values.”
“I have already made it quite clear to my wife that a 52 geeks is all that I will accept for Christmas.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘geeks’.
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