There really haven’t been that many movies about the nerd lifestyle — as in, about nerds, not for nerds. Five immediately come to mind: American Splendor; Dumb and Dumber; Real Games; Revenge Of The Nerds; Super Bad; WarGames and Weird Science. But, here comes “Zero Charism” a hit at the most recent SXSW. Here is the(…)
Many people create a list before they travel. A list of things to see, to do, and often, to buy. Such lists can provide focus to your trip, but an overcrowded itinerary can give you tunnel vision, preventing you from making new discoveries. Hurrying from one sight to the next can also leave you clueless(…)
The google results you see below are from my daily Google Alerts for the word “nerds.” Sometimes I feel that there is an entire world of celebrity bullshit that I am missing out on. Am I missing out? (OK, nerdists, I know all about X-Men. But still…) James Marsden Uncomfortable With Sex Symbol Status? Why(…)
Nate Silver is good for political journalism; he’s good for ESPN; he’s good for Hollywood; he’s good for Wall Street; he’s good for consumers.
Nerds.com’s raison d’etre is to both explore the essence of “Nerd”, their world, personalities, passions, expertise and to deliver the physical and digital stuff that nerds want – and might actually need. Let’s start at the beginning. Ask “What is a nerd?” and Google delivers about 94,300,000 results. That’s a lot of results for a(…)
If you’re anything like me you probably spend a decent amount of time on Reddit. You lurk around the front page or your favorite subreddits and maybe even participate a little. But until recently I’d never really used Reddit for it’s marketing potential. And dear God there’s a lot of it. Last week we published(…)
Yes! This is what we are talkin about… From Nerds Without Borders…. And we so agree…
If the new definition of nerd—straying from the stereotypical headgear-wearing, socially inept individual who knows the particle composition of the fleck of dust on his or her bandaged glasses
You must be a nerd… When you spend a sunny Saturday afternoon studying Reddit stats on The Daily Dot because one of your Reddit posts – Really Scary Nerd Dating, Really! - is trending way high.
31 parks and plazas in San Francisco are set to receive free Wi-FI from Google. Pending approval from San Francisco’s mayor Ed Lee, instillation could begin as soon as November and the network could potentially be up and running by April 2014.