Tagged With geek fashion

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Featuring Optimus Dry, the Toaster, RD-BREW2, Mega Hair and the special guest star of Bender Bending Rodriguez as the Steamer, there was little I could do to resist not ordering this $US18 Threadless t-shirt.

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I never liked nails painted with any motif - I personally use plain hot-rod, metallic red nail polish for mine - but I have to admit that these tech icons, from iPhone apps to Mario to Domo-Kun, look preeeeetty nice.

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They're not the flashiest keyboard shoes around, but for those looking to add a subtle geeky touch to their wardrobe, this QWERTY keyboard shoe sole definitely does the trick. I wonder what what my WPM would be wearing them.

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Someday humans and computers will meld together to create cyborgs. But instead of waiting for it, Martin Magnusson, a Swedish researcher and entrepreneur, has taken the first step and created a wearable computer that can be slung across the body.

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I was going to be big about this. I was going to just make a pithy one-liner about these TRON shoes by Adidas, due out in December. But then I felt an itching under my skin... it was... the geek inside.