9 coffee drink recipes from all around the world. Open yourself to other cultures and try them all! [BuzzFeedBlue] The post 9 Coffee Drinks from Around the World [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Comic book shoes, wholesale flowers, and a some geeky movie and TV references... this is our kind of geeky LA party. Add in the cool venue, the donuts, and the Star Wars centerpieces and it's on like Donkey Kong. Oh, and don't miss the groom's hilarious swan dive into his groomsmen!
"Life is an extended challenge."
For you none readers out there, you should really consider picking up Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One. RPO is a nerd-tastic novel that will reawaken those nostalgic feelings for 80’s geek culture. Bursting with video game, TV show, movie and other pop culture references from that era. Even if you didn’t live through the 80’s […]
Normally, when you see a YouTube rap based on a piece of geek culture, you know it’s going to be awful. Probably better than a local Mitsubishi dealer rap, but not by much. There’s usually no…
Here at The Mary Sue, we try to report on all the news that's fit to geek out about in comics, gaming, pop culture, science, and more. But c'mooon. Let's not kid ourselves here. You all tune in because you want to see our ridiculousShow More Summary
From YouTube scandals to the filming of Star Wars, 2014 was an eventful year in geek culture.
A ship of nerds, of which I am one. A secret font of geek culture. A pop-up community that inverts the classic rules of social hierarchy and celebrates new ones. Which should sound pretty great to me. It really should. The post What 800 Nerds on a Cruise Ship Taught Me About Life, the Universe, and Snorkeling appeared first on WIRED.
"Tricksy customersesss..." The year 2001 saw two extremely important additions to popular culture. On July 9, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's faux-documentary series The Office premiered to British television audiences on BBC 2....Show More Summary
It all started with George Romero’s classic film about the dead coming back to life with a taste for the living, and since those Cold War days the zombie craze has gone from geek niche genre to overblown pop culture sensation. Diggin'...Show More Summary
Roll for love: Queer geeks in the 2012 Seattle pride parade. (Photo by Dan B) In the wake of Gamergate, NPR’s Youth Radio correspondent Rafael Johns, a 19-year-old queer, black person, wrote about the systemic toxic everyday language...Show More Summary
New All Things Geek Contributor CG reflects on the intersection of Ferguson, Nerd Culture and Social Justice This week has been a roller coaster ride of emotions for not only myself, but for many people throughout the country. I debated...Show More Summary
The Internet freaked about about a diverse Star Wars, but not in the way you might have hoped.
You know what’s awesome? When, completely unexpectedly, your two amazing friends who started a fun geek culture podcast back in 2008 and have been dedicating their time to making it bigger and better ever since, schedule a conference call with you and your friend Cleolinda Jones, and tell you they want you to have it. […]
She's smart, funny, and refuses to be pigeonholed—and fans love her for it.
TOULOUSE, France – Last week, a friend suggested I check out the 8th annual Toulouse Game Show, a convention for comics, video games and web-based dramatic series. There’s a much larger version of this called the Paris Games Week that focuses a bit more on video games. Still, the two-day Toulouse event wasn’t far from my apartment. […]
A still from the The Doubleclick's music video "Nothing to Prove." There is a strange and pervasive cultural myth that geek girls are like unicorns—we’re rare and mythical creatures who can’t possibly be real. This anxiety over gender...Show More Summary
Sesame Street, Margaret Cho, trans women in Bangladesh, a playlist, wishes, blue things, anime, Vikki Reich, Elaine Atwell, Thanksgiving dinner thoughts sprinkled with privilege, Arabelle Sicardi, geek girl culture, superiority by way of motherhood, Mean Girls, organ donors, dogs in cars and so very much more!
They’re scientists, artists, organizers, and cosplayers—and they’re making a difference.