from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal One who studies or is highly interested or proficient in a technical field, especially electronics.
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- n. one who works with, or has an interest in, technology.
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- n. a technician who is highly proficient and enthusiastic about some technical field (especially computing)
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Being a techie is something I fell into, it was because I did not want to become a doctor like my mom wanted, so I picked the first available class in college and I came to like it A creative writer you say?
If you're a techie, is it better to live in the geographic heart of the industry -- the San Francisco Bay Area?
Thus the average user concludes that the techie is insane.
My main techie friend, Alan The Handheld Evangelist, doesn't blog, so he wouldn't have known about this.
A true geek, Hal spends a lot of work time in techie chat rooms engaged in in-depth UNIX conversations, sharing code and discussing programming challenges.
I am not a brilliant "techie" - please can someone explain in plain English the steps I need to take to rectify this and get my iTunes working as normal on my new laptop.
If your inner techie is underwhelmed at this point, stick around for the third “big idea”: the City Car, a project in development at MIT’s Media Lab.
“Life as a long term techie of the library variety.”
Violet, are the French creators of the WiFi Nabaztag techie Rabbit first launched it in 2005.
Do not call a techie to replug an electrical cord.