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Forces of Geek is the premiere geek culture community with columnists and contributors celebrating their own obsessions.

In his book, Geeks: How Two Lost Boys Rode The Internet Out of Idaho, author Jon Katz defined geek as, “A member of the new cultural elite, a pop-culture-loving, techno-centered Community of Social Discontents.  Most geeks rose above a suffocatingly unimaginative educational system, where they were surrounded by obnoxious social values and hostile peers, to build the freest and most inventive culture on the planet: the Internet and World Wide Web.  Now running the systems that run the world.

Tendency toward braininess and individuality, traits that often trigger resentment, isolation, or exclusion.  Identifiable by a singular obsessiveness about the things they love, both work and play, and a well-honed sense of bitter, even savage, outsider humor.  Universally suspicious of authority.  In this era, the Geek Ascension, a positive, even envied term. Definitions involving chicken heads no longer apply.”

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