I was in the fifth grade (for the second time) when it was discovered that I required glasses. Oh the humiliation. So I was not only a flunky, but I became a dorky flunky.
Tag Archives | female geeks
This past weekend I went to Raleigh, NC to attend WordCamp Raleigh 2011 with my business partner and husband.
If you were to suddenly plunk me down as I am into a world where the scenarios of a D&D game were real, given my experiences to date, I would be a far more cautious person taking few if any risks at all.
There is a difference between a craft store and a hobby store. It’s almost like the difference between a bookstore and a comic shop.
As mentioned in a previous post, males are the geekier of the species, but there are plenty of female geeks out there. Many of whom actually embrace the idea. I recently talked one of my female friends into joining me at Hero Con, held in Charlotte, NC…
First let’s just break down what a geek is (the very act of doing so proves geekhood already). The definition of a geek has changed over time from a carnival performer to roughly a person highly interested in technology and intellectual jargon…