Five Ways to Geek it Up This Holiday Season

The general idea might apply more to the geek crowd, but really all the ideas here throw in non-religious things to add to your holiday tradition. Enjoy!

Happy Holidays Think Atheist!

Five Ways to Geek it Up This Holiday Season
December 22, 2009 by Natania

Yes, it really is that time of year again. For many of us the season means withdrawal: less game time, less computer time, less iPod time. And even though it’s getting harder and harder to get disconnected from the virtual world, still, geek-less living can be hard on any of us.

So why not Geekify the holiday season with your family? Here are a few ways that, with proper application, can add a certain joie de geek to the festivities around you.

  • Turn dinner into a science and/or history lesson.
  • Indoctrinate, er, share your geeky interests with an unknowing—I mean, uninformed younger relative.
  • Wow your family with new, exciting technology.
  • Be a subtle geek.
  • Break out the console.

Check out the full detailed article over at Geeks Are Sexy!

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Comment by Kiltak on December 22, 2009 at 9:38pm
Hey Johnny,

Thanks for linking to our article... just one little thing: Could you just post an excerpt and link to us after? Creating duplicate content on the web just hurts everybody, especially us.

Thanks for understanding.

K. [Geeks are Sexy]


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