You know things are getting pretty commercial when online gadget-oriented companies actually sell pocket protectors. At a size of 5 3/4 x 3 3/8, it is made of vinyl and has multiple storage compartments for a pen, flash drive and MP3 player. It even comes with a sheet of stickers and a 36-inch lanyard in case you want to prove that you are a bonafide geek. At a mere price of $4.95, it would, at the very least, be a great Secret Santa gift next Christmas.
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We just told you about the Geek Awareness Bracelets from ThinkGeek, and now we’ve found another way to show your Geek Pride: tattoos! Whether you love video games, computer languages, emoticons, RPGs or all of the above (we know you’re out there), there’s a tattoo for you. We think they’re nerdy but endearing—much like the people they’re made for. Each hardcover book contains 16 tattoos and is available for only $7.25 USD.
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Are floppy drives now considered “retro chic”? We think so, judging by this unique notepad, made of actual floppy disks and 75 sheets of graph paper. Very cool (in a geeky sort of way), durable, and guaranteed to elicit nostalgic smiles when brought to the staff meeting. We suggest giving one to your fave I.T. guy at work to say “Thanks” for all he’s done. Available for $10 USD.
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Remember back in the 2004, when it was all about Lance Armstrong’s yellow rubber Livestrong bracelets to benefit cancer research? Even though the trend is passe, that didn’t stop the folks at ThinkGeek from creating a decidedly nerdy version of its own. According to the website, the silicone accessory allows the wearer to promote “geek awareness in every aspect of life.” The yellow bracelet states: “Tux is my homeboy”, the black one: “ThinkGeek”, and the olive one: “I see fragged people.” Wear at your own risk, amigos. Available for $2 USD.
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