Hello all!!! We are often referred to as Nerds or Geeks. I am a GEEK! Which one do you consider yourself?

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Early this morning, and I haven't a clue how this slipped by me, I learned about the Android SDK and Python for Android, I did a little research, it's very intriguing. Has anybody worked with this at all? Do most built in libraries and modules work for it? How do GUI's work with it "I don't suppose tkinter is somehow working on there..." I apologize for my barage but I feel...giddy about the idea of this :)

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I played this game of pong I made for 3 hours two days ago. Summer is so boring. [URL="http://danielberry.zxq.net/pong"]http://danielberry.zxq.net/pong[/URL]

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Ten percent of people working in the electronics and telecom sector have not read a book for pleasure in the last year. During the same 12 month period, 35 percent had not learnt a new activity or indulged in a new hobby either. According to the Department For Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in the UK, an encouraging 60 percent did think that learning a new skill or taking up a new hobby would make them more confident at work. Photography led the way, with 18 percent wanting to learn that and 11 percent showing an interest in taking up …

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How cool is that? A financial software programmer has put his coding skills to good use by hacking into a popular video game and adding an Easter Egg with a twist. Hold on a minute, you are probably thinking, surely you are not condoning the illegal hacking into a commercial game? Well in this case, yes I am. What's more, so are the developers of the game itself, Seattle based PopCap. You see the nerd concerned, one Bernie Peng aged 26 from New Jersey, hacked the Bejeweled game so that when his girlfriend hit a certain score instead of the …

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The End.