Joanna Schroeder admits that she thinks coolness matters…and she wonders if that makes her a jerk or a good parent.
A few weeks ago, my son and I were leaving the mall, walking toward the parking lot, when there, at the end of a row of cars, I saw the unmistakable profile of the Time Machine. I rushed us to the car, a 1981 bare stainless steel DeLorean in mint condition, and peered into the…
On this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Glenn the Geek talks about his amazing podcasting journey.
James D’Souza fills us in on his “geek” heroes and the impetus to learn, listen, and ultimately, to grow.
Alex Yarde looks at stereotypes, fitness and healthier living for Geeks.
Seriously. A valid question.
Ladies, give the geeky guy a chance!
Screening and judging which women are and are not true geeks is the dumbest thing geek-kind has ever embraced.
Yes, there’s actually science in the debate about whether personality or looks matter more. Dr. NerdLove explains.
Tom Burns knows what his geekiest moment as an adult was and he wants to know yours too
Simms Jr. geeks out, and shares with you his favorite movie previews. Yes. Nerd Alert.
Alyssa Royse has been thinking about the geeks vs. jocks conflict in high school, and how it may shape the way our men grow up.
Their days of riding in the sidecar are over. Or maybe not, because sidecars are pretty great.
Shaun Chatman looks at why some costumes which seem to be the epitome of geekiness might be a not-so-smart idea.
Dr. NerdLove explains how guys can use Spider-Man as a model of how to embrace your geekiness while still being great at dating.
Should parents and teachers intervene in the jockeying for status endemic among adolescent boys?