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How to love your geek

snooo53 (663796) writes | more than 10 years ago

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The feature story on MSN Dating today is entitled Loving your geek, tolerating his hobbies. Basically it's a guide about how to put up with a geek's quirky behavior in a relationship, especially now that Geekdom is becoming more mainstream. Some of the main points are letting us have our space to work on all those geek projects, and questioning us when we want to drop a ton of money on the lThe feature story on MSN Dating today is entitled Loving your geek, tolerating his hobbies. Basically it's a guide about how to put up with a geek's quirky behavior in a relationship, especially now that Geekdom is becoming more mainstream. Some of the main points are letting us have our space to work on all those geek projects, and questioning us when we want to drop a ton of money on the lastest hardware. What do you guys think? Is geekdom really mainstream now? At least the article reminds us that those geeky "kids" ahem... are the ones that grow up to found software companies like our favorite geek billionaire.

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