We’ve been on a nerd movie hunt. Using our very own definition of what a nerd is (hint, he is not sitting in the dark playing Chrono-Trigger on his iPhone), we’ve come up with the first set of nerdish movies.
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(…)
Yes! This is what we are talkin about… From Nerds Without Borders…. And we so agree…
Just stumbled on this Nerd dating website. I’m not sure if its the idea of a nerd dating website, the photographs of the lookers or the design of the site itself.
We’re moving from old-nerd to new-nerd. No surprise that the eye glasses business has spotted this shift… big time. “Nerd glasses” is one of the most searched terms in Google’s nerdisphere.
I am playing our new nerd-search game. I take a “word” and mate it to “nerds” and go to Bing (why not Bing? It needs the traffic and its way better than you think) to see what turns up.
Mystery Nerd. Ever use the WayBackMachine to look at old websites? Its like a Smithsonian of the web… or as they say its “the New Library of Alexandria, Egypt.”