Just watch these videos to find out. Yes Stark is in both of them. Oh and there are more coming soon.
So on the last podcast I announced that I would be geeking out at Starfest 2011 in Denver. It was requested that I post a random sampling of photos from the con. These photos were taken with my LG Optimus Droid and uploaded to Facebook so I could share them immediately. However there is one
I have a question that has been plaguing me recently: why is it that geeks love LEGO? One of my earliest memories is of receiving a LEGO space set. It set me on a multi-year journey to accumulate as many of those bricks as possible. To this day, I am still drawn to LEGO sets
[Editor’s Note: TardisCaptain, has been attending conventions since the late eighties from Seattle to Los Angels to Oklahoma and all points in-between. This includes General SF conventions, gaming cons, charity cons, LAN expos and of course Star Trek cons. He has volunteered at various local conventions including Conduit, LTUE and Mountain-Con. He was the ConChair
Earlier, zohner posted on the hierarchy of geeks from an old chart created by the Brunching Shuttlecocks. While it mainly centered on items that typically might identify geeks, it did leave a big one out: video games. Gone are the days when playing video games in your basement was a sign of social rejection. In