Johnny or Daniel? Cobra Kai truly is a deep cut.
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In middle school and high school, nerd or geek equated with “smart but socially awkward.” But can geeks also be jocks? Can you be geekishly passionate about your pursuit of fitness?
Here at GTG, we try to shop local whenever possible – from supporting our local coffee houses and restaurants to buying through Etsy, local boutiques, or even our friends with Facebook pages showcasing their handcrafted wares. Read our tips to Shop Small this holiday season!
by Anna Lindwasser If you’re like most creative types, you probably own a truly disconcerting number of notebooks. Doubly so if you’re a nerd. You’re probably buying notebooks just because your favorite Naruto character is on the cover. Of course, that doesn’t mean you’re going to stop buying notebooks until you’ve filled up all your…
As time went on, there was very little traditional Sci Fi or Fantasy and Horror left on the SyFy channel. Comet TV pretty much fills any gaps in classic sci-fi TV shows you may want to watch right now.
Many parents and guardians right now have been given the option – or a directive – to work remotely. They set up a corner of a spare bedroom as an office or set up shop at the kitchen table. They connected to the company’s virtual network. They created a nice backdrop for video conferences –…
Are you homeschooling your kids due to school closures amidst COVID-19? Do you have a daily schedule in place?
Last month, Fortnite “Rickrolled” the world. And it got me thinking about the ‘80s: the music, the movies, the media, and the trends.
Many parents avoid doing Disney World with toddlers. But you could be missing magical memories if you wait until they are older.
We all need connections to people like ourselves. Geekiness is like a pheremone. We find each other. Find your fandom family.
Geekdom has no generational limits, and it’s not a new thing. Fandom has given me the chance to bond with people way outside my age group.
Even though geek media has been usurped (or, at least, borrowed or shared) by casual mainstream fans, there is still a quality that sets geeks apart.