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  • noun Plural form of cybergeek.

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Examples

  • A demolition derby of ideologies, driven by reckless amateurs and cybergeeks with too much time on their hands.

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  • Cory, Charlie, Neil, and John Scalzi all have a big web presence, and while Neal Stephenson doesn't, he's nevertheless idolized by cybergeeks for writing stuff like Cryptonomicon and Snow Crash.

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  • Cory, Charlie, Neil, and John Scalzi all have a big web presence, and while Neal Stephenson doesn't, he's nevertheless idolized by cybergeeks for writing stuff like Cryptonomicon and Snow Crash.

    Online and Away

  • And, At the heart of this network, according to federal investigators and analysts, are cybergeeks who fashion themselves as digital Robin Hoods, stealing from rich studios and giving film fans a free ride.

    King Kong vs The Pirates!

  • View Slideshow LAS VEGAS -- The Consumer Electronics Show, an international gathering of tens of thousands of cybergeeks and techno nerds giddy in their collective dweebness, has once again overtaken Sin City.

    CES Celebrates Gadget Gluttony

  • And, At the heart of this network, according to federal investigators and analysts, are cybergeeks who fashion themselves as digital Robin Hoods, stealing from rich studios and giving film fans a free ride.

    King Kong vs The Pirates!

  • One view might another view highlights the richly visualized Moody's data produced by msnbc. com's team of renegade cybergeeks.

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  • One view might another view highlights the richly visualized Moody's data produced by msnbc. com's team of renegade cybergeeks.

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  • One view might another view highlights the richly visualized Moody's data produced by msnbc. com's team of renegade cybergeeks.

    Fast Company

  • One view might another view highlights the richly visualized Moody's data produced by msnbc. com's team of renegade cybergeeks.

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